Friday, February 27, 2009

Rat poison and biomechanics

"One day, when Hugh Herr was a small boy in rural Pennsylvania, his father, John, showed Hugh and his two brothers a jar filled with rat poison. John then placed a drop of the poison onto his tongue. Maybe he meant to entertain, or educate. To this day, the boys still don't know. But they do remember staring, awestruck, as their father's mouth began to burn. . . ."

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Both great articles on biotechnology. Who doesn't want a third arm?

Another roundtable discussion can be found here:

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