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Kingdom Animalia #2: Red Sun Setting By Michelle Dalson
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A team of scientists capture Lacie and her companions, trapping them in the lab where Rose’s father, Professor Cornelius, analyzes Lacie’s DNA. Cornelius extracts Lacie’s DNA and... More > discovers that her DNA does not link to a previous canine’s DNA. In other words, Lacie is the first canine of her kind. Fusing her extraordinary DNA with computerized cells, Cornelius creates the most powerful man-made creation on Earth: the synchronizer. Pretty soon, synchronizers are created all across the world until humans are using the synchronizers to destroy nature and erect magnificent chrome buildings, becoming entirely dependent on their new, powerful pets. Cornelius takes his project even further and crossbreeds ordinary animals with one another, agitating Gaia and causing a major disturbance within the core of the Earth. Avion knows that if this horrendous activity continues, the Earth will swallow up not only mankind, but also all the animals on the planet as well.< Less
Thoughts Racing Through My Mind By Regine Dubono-Pelham
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An assembly of essays, poems, short stories, letters, based on a stream of thoughts writing technique, similar to the stream of thoughts individuals with mental illness might experience. to... More > demonstrate the scale of continuity between conscious thought and unconsciousness, health and so called "illness", and art and science as it applies to healing and the medical arts. Also a description of the program "ART, HISTORY AND MEDICINE", presented at Rutgers University in 1990 by Artists for Mental Health, a NP corporation in NJ, based in South Orange, NJ, of which Dubono was the chief founder and activist. The final essay entitled: An Urgent Letter to a Prescriber" deals with the ethics of psychiatric prescriptions, often containing duplicates, or medications that oppose each other's, and their side effects which are little understood by community residents and staff alike. At least patients in psychiatric hospitals were monitored. In the community, Serious Drugs side effects are often ignored.< Less
Is That Robot Real? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a robot, and how small can robots be? Are there robots the size of a hand? How about the size of a strand of hair? Can a robot be as tiny as a single molecule? Learn what makes a robot a... More > robot, then step down in size and find out which robots are real and which are science fiction.< Less
Is That Robot Real? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a robot, and how small can robots be? Are there robots the size of a hand? How about the size of a strand of hair? Can a robot be as tiny as a single molecule? Learn what makes a robot a... More > robot, then step down in size and find out which robots are real and which are science fiction.< Less
Is That Robot Real? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a robot, and how small can robots be? Are there robots the size of a hand? How about the size of a strand of hair? Can a robot be as tiny as a single molecule? Learn what makes a robot a... More > robot, then step down in size and find out which robots are real and which are science fiction.< Less
Is That Robot Real? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a robot, and how small can robots be? Are there robots the size of a hand? How about the size of a strand of hair? Can a robot be as tiny as a single molecule? Learn what makes a robot a... More > robot, then step down in size and find out which robots are real and which are science fiction.< Less
An Orphaned Anemia: The Creation and Process of a Documentary By Chris Free
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This book chronicles the process of creating a documentary that shares the story of Derek Free and other patients with Diamond Blackfan Anemia. DBA is considered an “orphan disease,” one... More > that affects so few people that it is not profitable to pharmaceutical companies, and therefore does not justify research. Until recently, not enough people had the disease to justify governmental aid. A transformation towards hope reveals a disease that is defying odds and treading new ground for the possibility of a cure. The small documentary interviews Pulitzer-prize winning journalist Beth Whitehouse (author of The Match: ”Savior Siblings” and One Families Battle to Heal Their Daughter, the story of the Trebing family), Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy, Dr. David Bodine from the National Institutes of Health, Drs. Jeffrey Lipton and Adrianna Vlachos from Cohen Children’s Hospital, the Diamond Blackfan Anemia Foundation’s founder, Dawn Baumgardner, and Marie Arturi, founder of the Daniella Maria Arturi Foundation.< Less
How Small is Nano? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a nanometer? What things are measured in nanometers? Is a red blood cell bigger or smaller than a bacteria? Step down in size to find out the answers and learn about different types of units... More > that are used to measure very tiny things.< Less
How Small is Nano? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a nanometer? What things are measured in nanometers? Is a red blood cell bigger or smaller than a bacteria? Step down in size to find out the answers and learn about different types of units... More > that are used to measure very tiny things.< Less
How Small is Nano? By Sciencenter Ithaca, NY
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What is a nanometer? What things are measured in nanometers? Is a red blood cell bigger or smaller than a bacteria? Step down in size to find out the answers and learn about different types of units... More > that are used to measure very tiny things.< Less