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This is a series of paintings of bodypainted female superheroes by artist JKB Fletcher. Now before you run off getting all hot and bothered over them, remember: they’re just paintings. Getting aroused by them is the equivalent of popping a boner while viewing a classical nude at the museum which is why I always double up on tighty-whities whenever the teacher takes us there on field trips.
Hit the jump for five more, including a chesty Supergirl one.
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Uh-Oh: Harvard Professor Seeks “Adventurous” Female To Give Birth To Neanderthal Baby Using Artificial DNA
In “let’s stop and think this through for a minute” news, a Harvard professor is looking for an “adventurous” female to give birth to a neanderthal baby using artificial DNA. If successful, the neanderthal child will grow up to be the most made fun of kid in the history of made fun of kids.
Professor Church of Harvard Medical School is one of the world’s leading geneticists and believes his Neanderthal bone-sample analysis is now complete enough to reconstruct their DNA.
Professor Church’s plan is to create artificial Neanderthal DNA based on the genetic code found in bone samples, then put this DNA into stem cells.
These cells would then be injected into a human embryo in the early stages of life, and would be strong enough to steer the embryo’s development along Neanderthal lines rather than Sapien.
After a few days growing in a laboratory the ‘neo-Neanderthal’ embryo would be implanted into the womb of the surrogate mother.
Listen: I can’t even BEGIN to imagine everything that’s going to go wrong with this plan, and that’s really saying something because I have a VERY active imagination. I seriously just spent the last fifteen minutes with a Cheez-Its box over my head playing space ranger and I felt like I was actually IN space. I’m going back as soon as I’m done with this post. But let’s say by some longshot this does work out — what about that poor neanderthal? He’ll be the only one of his kind. Will he live in a laboratory? A zoo? SOCIETY? Do you think he’ll need a drinking buddy? Because I’m kind of low on friends right now and he could make a good ice breaker with the ladies. Plus if they choose him over me I’ll know it’s time to give up on this life. Oh well — back to space!
Thanks to neolardo and Thac0, who agree we should probably reverse engineer dinosaurs first.
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This a Barbie modded with clay-based and painted by the Introverted Wife to resemble a female Commander Shepard from Mass Effect. Now, I understand what you’re thinking: “I might do sooooo much far better.” But that’s merely because you’re a rude @ $ $ hole. I thought Shepard is looking fairly damn good considering every thing was made out of clay-based. Of course, the only Barbie modding I have actually ever before done was tearing the heads off my sisters’ when she threatened to advise our moms and dads I was practicing black magic after they went to sleep. I reanimated a squirrel carcass!
Hit the jump for several even more shots, consisting of Shepard about to place a hole in Tom Servo from MST3K.
Chinese astronaut Liu Yang made history on Sunday, when she became the nation’s very first girl to get in space. Liu, 33, joined crew members Jing Haipeng and Liu Wang aboard the Shenzhou-9 spacecraft, which successfully launched from the Jiuquan Satellite Launch Center in the Gobi Desert. Powered by a Long March 2F carrier rocket, the Shenzhou-9 is slated to rendezvous with the Tiangong-1 space laboratory module as part of China’s first manned docking purpose.
Liu and her colleagues are expected to spend up to 20 days in space before docking with the Tiangong-1. If successful, the manned docking would mark current milestone for China’s swiftly expanding area program, and a vital action toward building its 1st long-lasting area station– …
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According to experts, if confirmed, this will be only the second depiction of a female Roman gladiator ever found, but even more impressive than the first considering this one killed whatever the hell she did with only one a single hand and leg. I wouldn’t f*** with her if I were you.
The gladiator statue shows a topless woman, wearing only a loincloth and a bandage around her left knee. Her hair is long, although neat, and in the air she raises what the researcher, Alfonso Manas of the University of Granada, believes is a sica, a short curved sword used by gladiators. The gesture she gives is a “salute to the people, to the crowd,” Manas said, an action done by victorious gladiators at the end of a fight.
The female fighter is looking down at the ground, presumably at her fallen opponent.
Listen: I’m all for imagining badass female gladiators killing shit with their titties flailing around, but I’m pretty sure that’s just a guy with nice hair and moobs. “And no bulge in his loincloth?” Come on, man — you tuck your meat when you’re fighting lions!
Rare Ancient Statue Depicts Topless Female Gladiator [livescience]
Thanks to FloorMatt, who fights lions the old fashioned way: luring them to the edge of a cliff and then jumping out of the way real quick when they lunge. I…wow — I can’t believe you can even jump with the size balls you must be toting.
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Question by nikki: could robotics replace the female reproductive and cardiovascular systems?
Can a robot replace the female reproductive system and the cardiovascular system? in other words…
Answer by Steve
Hahaha, no. If you want to bang a robot, that’s cool and all, but don’t expect that kind of invention to show up anytime soon. Until then, buy a realdoll or something.
Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!
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Have I ever told you when I was watching the 1987 live action He-Man movie in the theater the film got caught in the projector and melted? That’s a true story, I remember it vividly. This is a lady cosplaying as He-Man’s arch-nemesis Skeletor at Megacon 2012. She isn’t actually boney like I said in the title, that was just a reference to the real Skeletor. This girl actually looks pretty muscular — my guess is she works out. Condition her hair? Probably never.
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Raise Your Power Sword for this Female Skeletor Cosplay [obviouswinner]
Thanks to Terry, who’s never cosplayed before but does moonlight as a superhero that never responds to distress calls.
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Today, Apple introduced us to the iPhone 4S. It’s hard not to feel let down after the iPhone 5 rumor mill was spinning at full force just yesterday (courtesy of the craziest rumor yet), but a couple 4S features were enough to perk up my spirit. One feature in particular, Siri, pretty much blew my mind. It is, far and away, the coolest voice control system I’ve ever heard of, and seems to do just about everything.
Ask Siri for nearby Greek restaurants? Bam! 20 Yelp listings are instantly sorted by rating. Ask Siri to read you your texts? No problem, she’s on it. Ask Siri what Siri is?
“I am your humble personal assistant.”
Okay, this just got a little weird.
Before I go on let me just say that I haven’t been able to confirm whether or not Siri comes with customizable (female/male) voices, like a TomTom GPS. If so, this post can just be about what I would think if Siri was a female-only voice.
Anyways… While checking out the Siri demo during Apple’s presentation I couldn’t help but be amazed. Siri feels like a real person, and what it does is… well, amazing. But hidden under all that awesomeness is one very subtle tidbit that no one (as far as I can see) has inquired about: Why is the personal assistant voice control feature on the new iPhone a lady? Is it because we generally perceive receptionists and assistants to be female?
Here’s your answer: Probably, but who cares?
Yes, a feature like this may advance the stereotype that women, like yours truly, are the docile, resourceful assistants of big, strapping men like your average iPhone user. But freaking out over it only advances other stereotypes (like the notion that feminists try to make everything a feminist issue).
“But… But…” they cry, “Won’t this affect perceived gender norms of future generations?”
Things like income inequality, reproductive rights, and domestic violence might affect the children… but a phone that, like most electronics, defaults to a woman’s voice? It’s not all that significant in the grand scheme of things, is it? Though the debasement in her self-identification is a little fishy.
I personally think Siri’s voice sounds wonderful but in all honesty, Siri could be spoken in the voice of Gilbert Goddfried or Fran Drescher and I wouldn’t care. As long as she does all cool things Apple says she’ll do, it doesn’t really matter.
Started by Steve Jobs, Steve Wozniak, and Ronald Wayne, Apple has expanded from computers to consumer electronics over the last 30 years, officially changing their name from Apple Computer, Inc. to Apple, Inc. in January 2007.
Among the key offerings from Apple’s product line are: Pro line laptops (MacBook Pro) and desktops (Mac Pro), consumer line laptops (MacBook) and desktops (iMac), servers (Xserve), Apple TV, the Mac OS X and Mac OS X Server operating systems, the iPod (offered with…