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I think you meant to post on Stormfront! I prEfEr jUst vOwEls. Steamboat Bill Jr./College 2017 I googled "Charlyne Yi hot"! Trailer Analysis: The Gravity Of The New Mission Comes Together In ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ Season 4 Teaser Now it's human stem cells inserted into monkey embryo. This time a published paper. Scientists Create Early Embryos That Are Part Human, Part Monkey The embryos, described Thursday in the journal Cell, were created in part to try to find new ways to produce organs for people who need transplants, said the international team of scientists who collaborated in the work. But the research raises a variety of concerns. Greely said he hopes the work will spur a more general debate about how far scientists should be allowed to go with this kind of research. "I don't think we're on the edge of beyond the Planet of the Apes. I think rogue scientists are few and far between. But they're not zero," Greely said. "So I do think it's an appropriate time for us to start thinking about, 'Should we ever let these go beyond a petri dish?' " Israel soon has herd immunity, the UK is next. Trailer Analysis: ‘Star Trek: Picard’ Season 2 Teaser Revisits The Times Of Picard’s Past Putting this all together, along with what was discussed between de Lancie and Patrick Stewart during their First Contact Day panel, indicates (or at least strongly hints) Q’s involvement in season two of Picard is going to involve time travel. Of course, Q and Picard took a few trips through time before during the run of Star Trek: The Next Generation, including the aforementioned “All Good Things” series finale. During the panel, Stewart talked about Q’s introduction into Star Trek: Picard saying it comes “at a shattering moment” adding there is “significant trauma.” This is reminiscent of the TNG episode “Tapestry,” which also dealt with issues of regret and the opportunity to do things over. That episode featured Q in traditional god-like iconography, which could tie into the inclusion of Milton’s biblical Paradise Lost seen in the trailer. Right ... The Sikh religion, which was founded in the late 15th century by Guru Nanak, combines elements of Hinduism and Islam, the two major religions of India. The religion is centered on the Indian state of Punjab in northern India, where Sikhs comprise a majority and speak Punjabi. In the 1970s, agricultural advances made Punjab one of India’s most prosperous states, and Sikh leaders began calling for greater autonomy from the central government. This movement was largely peaceful until 1982, when the Sikh fundamentalist Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and his followers launched a separatist campaign in Punjab. Employing terrorism and assassination, Bhindranwale and his guerrillas killed scores of political opponents and Hindu civilians in the name of establishing an autonomous Sikh Khalistan, or “Land of the Pure.” Most Sikhs did not support Bhindranwale’s violent campaign, in which the extremists also assassinated several Sikhs who spoke out against the creation of Khalistan. View all replies >