• Posts Tagged ‘Cloning’

    Alone

    by  • March 14, 2016 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Alone

    An essay by William Considine, as provided by Thomas Canfield Art by Errow Collins The month Liam entered the fourth grade, I got called into a parents-teacher conference at the school. I pretty much knew what to expect by then. Liam’s teachers attributed his problems to some sort of learning disability, which was natural...

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    One scientist’s struggle against federal cloning regulations: A case study

    by  • May 26, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    Dr. Jasmine A. Connell1,2 and Dr. Diana Rohlman3 1Department of Nephrology, Groom Lake Laboratories; 2Center for Ethical Cloning, Groom Lake Medical Center; 3Groom Lake Publishing Services, Groom Lake, Nevada, United States of America Corresponding author: Jasmine A. Connell, connellj@groomlakelab.edu Art by Scarlett O’Hairdye Jasmine A. Connell received her Bachelors of Science degree in 1975...

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    We Shall Make Monsters

    by  • April 21, 2014 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An extract from the papers of Professor D. E. Balcass, as provided by Mark Patrick Lynch Art by Shannon Legler First Published in Nature Medical Experimentation, 2237, as part of the “Clones In Exploitation” season, later broadcast on the BBC Wireless Services as part of the Christmas Lectures Series in the Public Understanding of...

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    How I Learned to Love My Clones

    by  • December 24, 2012 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by Dr. Cortico Vox as procured by Folly Blaine Illustration by Justine McGreevy When I began my illustrious career as “mad” scientist, I considered clones a necessary evil. It pains me to admit this now, but I failed to see my clones as individuals, but rather, they were mere pawns in my...

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    The Saddest Mad Scientist

    by  • December 10, 2012 • Fiction • 0 Comments

    An essay by A.F.W., as provided by Julianne Pachico There is nothing sadder than a mad scientist hell-bent on world domination whose killer clone-producing machine doesn’t work. When the thick clouds of smoke first start hissing out from the desperately whirring engine, and the room slowly fills with the smell of burning popcorn, the first...

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