Caroline Siede at 7:00 pm Sat, Apr 19, 2014 • 4 It’s good to be back in the Clone Club. The return of Orphan Black quite literally hits the ground running and never lets up in this action-packed, clone-filled premiere. “Nature Under Constraint And Vexed” reintroduces almost every major player from season one, readjusts the show’s antagonistic forces, and ends with a bombshell reveal. I’m not convinced it’s a pace the show can maintain for the entire season, but it’s a hell of a fun way to jump back into the world of Orphan Black. Read the rest Boing Boing

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FEED _ The New Brain_ The Elaborate Machine FEED _ The New Brain_ The Elaborate Machine Almost 30 years ago, the celebrated British magazine Encounter published a cover story by Gordon Rattray Taylor entitled, "A New View of the Brain." Taylor's topic, the future of neuroscience, strayed a bit from the magazine's standard literary and political fare (the same issue ran articles by Friedrich Hayek, Paul Theroux, George Kennan, and an assessment of Claude Lévi-Strauss), but Taylor assured his readers that what he had to say was of real interest to anyone concerned with culture and the human condition. "It looks as if research on the brain may be the most dynamic area in biology during the next 30 years, just as molecular biology has been during the last 30... [C]ertainly great advances are imminent, and the social and ethical consequences will be dramatic."

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