"Scientists and government officials meet this week in Paris to finalise a key assessment on humanity's relationship with nature. The Intergovernmental Panel for Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services, or IPBES, will issue the first report of this type since 2005. It will detail the past losses and future prospects for nature and humans. One authorsays the report will highlight the "social and ecological emergency" the world is now facing."
So they are trying to tell us that we are living the last of the
CRISPR food on our supermarketsshelves? "Gene editing tools like CRISPR are taking the scientific world by storm, promising new cancer cures and superfast breeding of plants and animals. So a Federal Government decision not to regulate some types of gene editing used in agriculture and medicine may have many researchers breathing a sigh of relief.
And 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood' comes out on Kurbrick's birthday
Interesting combo of roles there for Margot if you could pop them all into one Barbie doll I think.
2019 also marks the 25th anniversary of 'Black Hole Sun' being released back in 1994 on Black Friday May 13th, with the acoustic track 'Like Suicide' on the B side of the single. And who can forget the Barbie dolls on the BBQ in that 'Soundgarden' music clip?
I'll bet Nikki Osborne's'Bad Barbie' comedy show is doing some extra business this year.