Fringe Doomsday Clock

By Sam Lowry | April 29, 2009 10:17 am

fringe.jpgSciNoFi’s policy is that we use science fiction as a jumping off point to explore all the ways that entertainment mirrors and/or inspires real science.

As we’ve mentioned before, though, this is sometimes problematic when it comes to J.J. Abrams’s Fringe.  Still, we try not to critique.

Besides, Polite Dissent does such a good job of it already.  Head over to PD today for a recap of last night’s episode, including his ongoing homage to the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Biology, Biowarfare, Medicine, TV
MORE ABOUT: Fringe

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