The games are over, but the cash-in continues. The first of two films adapted from the final book of Suzanne Collins’s bestselling Hunger Games trilogy, Mockingjay Part 1, is a multimillion dollar stopgap. Director Francis Lawrence ekes a paltry story out. The special effects are limp and the script a little creaky, although somehow it […]

Sure.  There’s all kinds of scientific experiments that we refrain from doing because of moral considerations.  Experimentation on humans and animals are tightly regulated. They’re not enough to stop science in general, and much of the time we eventually find an alternate route to the same information.  It may delay a particular path for decades […]

no, sometime it is right try to prevent a invention because you could create a dangerous invention could kill yourself or worst kill everyone else with the invention and if you could modify it  

Dear Sir/Miss We are here to inform you that me and Joshua have just graduated in Science from Oxford University and have been learning it since we were young! We are here to show you a product that we have just invented a product that could help you guys with getting the stretcher onto the […]

I would call this book … weird. It’s really unusual, but it’s amazing at the same time! Stanley Yelnats has been sent to Camp Green Lake, a juvenile detention center for boys. But the boys at Camp Green Lake have to do an unusual thing. Every day they have to dig a hole, five feet […]

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