Anyone ever notice that there are five musicians named Dave Stewart? And those are just the famous ones with Wikipedia pages.
Decided to refit these fellows, a few of you might remember them (probably not) but they are synthetic muscle grown over a steel skeleton. There’s a few perspective problems with his head and where his left arm connects to his torso and the entire head needs major redesigning but here it is as it is. The crystal is kind of dumb though, I’ll probably replace that with a nuclear fusion or antimatter generator.
Water you waiting for? Melon you long time!
Putting this here for safekeeping because it is so rad.
I need to go to bed probably
I will color something someday. But until then, here are some snake mutants.
one of these days i’ll make something worthwhile, i promise
I was sorting through my old art-type things and I found this, which I guess I never posted, so here it is.
What happened to Douglas Prasher?
The Nobel Prize strictly limits shared awards to three people.
In 2008, the Prize in chemistry was famously shared by Roger Tsien of the UC San Diego School of Medicine, Martin Chalfie at Columbia University, and the Marine Biological Laboratory’s Osama Shimomura for their work on the discovery and development of green fluorescent proteins (GFP).
The fourth man out was Douglas Prasher, who had isolated and sequenced the gene for GFP, then generously provided the data to scientists like Tsien, Chalfie and Shimomura. When the 2008 prize was announced, though, Prasher was working as a courtesy shuttle driver for a Toyota dealership in Huntsville, Alabama.
Prasher’s story – a tale of professional and personal misfortune – has been widely reported, but it appears to have a happy – or at least happier – ending. Prasher has returned to science and, specifically, to Tsien’s UC San Diego lab, where he is working as a staff research associate on new ways to screen cell mutations for optical properties. You can read his updated story here in The Scientist.
I’m confused if the Nobel Prize can only be given to three people how did they end up giving it to the european union?