Not too long ago I put up lynx to a story I saw in the Vancouver Sun that I entitled: “Not just extraterrestrial technology anymore”. The original posting’s here: http://phantacea.com/blog/?p=115.
The entry was posted in Phantacea and Travels, which might have been a mistake. I tagged it: pH-Webworld lynx, Phantacea Mythos,Serendipitous Sightings, technology and Phantacea, Utopians of Weir, Weirdom of Cabalarkon.
Well, here we go again: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-20972018. This time scientists are at least printing food, not guns. The article’s entitled: ‘Modern Meadow aims to print raw meat using bioprinter.’
It brings to mind Jordan Tethys’s complaint from “Goddess Gambit” to the effect that the beer produced in the Weirdom of Cabalarkon was undrinkable:
“Even if Golgotha Nauroz and his wife, Gethsemane, made a passable homebrew, they couldn’t get it quite right. As for the frothy fakery the processors produced, it tasted more like the swill you regurgitated after you’ve had way, way, too much real beer.”
You have been warned.