Tonight I have class, so I’m thinking about nanotechnology a lot, probably because I have to read a buttload for each class. Additionally, I’m getting weird informational spikes on things like DNA (Crick was trippin’), mitochondrial cancer cures that won’t be funded, and such. Nanotechnology as a science is on the path of understanding more and more complex interactions between atoms and molecules, while biology is intent on breaking down to the fundamentals of how life works. I get the feeling the two are going to meet somewhere in the middle, and then we’ll have to come up with whole new definitions for “life,” “consciousness,” “free will,” and other such abstractions we take for granted now.

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Forgotten ’80s horror film Hell High returns on Blu-ray from Arrow. Phil Bailey reviews.