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Discussion in 'Current Events' started by joepunk, Feb 24, 2009.
Oh, My God
I predict a bad Sci-Fi Horror movie comes true.
Surprised about the mosquito.
Water bears are awesome.
interesting. wonder what would happen to a roach.
With or without his head? They can live headless for quite a while. Amazing.
with its head and healthy. be interesting to see what sort of conditions it could survive in.
A cockroach is like the superman of the insect world.
Too many Lois Lane's if you ask me...
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Actually roaches didn't fair as well as flour beetles although we all know space roaches are more kickass that terrestrial roaches.
Snort! Hadn't thought of that.
You are scaring the children.
Next thing you know, we'll have a roach that can survive re-entry.
Think about this.... do you really want to know? Wouldn't you rather be able to sleep well at night?
How scientific of an experiment could it have been when the "scientists" didnt even have the actual insect being used correct?!
More likely the it was "Journalists" who didn't know. What we are reading is a story where the journalist did his research by reading another new story. I seriously doubt some guy who writes for the Internet bothered to hire Russian translator and make the 2:00 am phone call to Moscow to ask the scientist.
Now that you put it this way, maybe not.
I for one welcome our new Mosquito/Flour Beetle/Water Bear overlords.
When it's stomping Tokyo into piles of rubble, then we'll be sorry.
Sounds like Tokyo will be sorry...
Why can't it be New York city this time?
Godzirra is not going to like this.
Question: How did it survive without food?
Don't most things normally die fairly quickly without food?
Has anyone seen Jeff Goldblum recently?
Does anyone know if/how this news impacts the Drake Equation?