• Eclipse: Science VS Superstition

    Tek Syndicate was lucky enough to have great views of the eclipse, then takes a look into history’s take on what eclipses mean.   Everybody yell at the sky, that’ll fix it! Store:, Music: Game Deals: Patreon: Website: Forum: —————————– Discord: Facebook: Instagram: Reddit: Steam:… Twitch: Twitter: For marketing (sponsorship opportunities) inquiries email [email protected] Ask us LITERALLY ANYTHING- [email protected] Follow the team: Logan: Pistol: Justin: Gimbal used: Zhiyun Crane on Amazon:

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  • Genetically Modifying Chickens Into Dinosaurs-That’s, That’s Chaos!

    A Ph.D. student at Harvard University, Bhart-Anjan Bhullar, performed a genetic experiment on chicken embryos to change there beak into a “snout that looked like a dinosaur snout”. While the embryos were eliminated before hatching (sorry all you non Pro-Chicken Choice types) Bhullar was able to successfully prove that he could modify the beak genes.  This was all thanks to a recent genome editing technology known as CRISPR, which led itself to way too many easy crispy chicken jokes that you will be spared from.  The future of genetic modification is looking like it will be happening within the next few decades, rather than centuries.  The question remains though, is this a good thing? First an foremost, there isn’t going to be a Jurassic Park happening anytime soon.  Which sucks, because dinosaurs are cool as hell.  The problem is all the good DNA (meaning T.Rex DNA) is long since kaput.  Contrary to what the Goldblum rich documentary might tell, dino DNA just doesn’t last that long.  You would have a better chance of reverse engineering a chicken’s DNA to make it more of a dinosaur than it is now (birds ARE dinosaurs, fight me). However, it would be possible to use …

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