Comic Con 2009 – On Like Donkey Kong

By Sam Lowry | June 10, 2009 1:55 pm

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We’ve just heard that we’re going back to Comic Con this summer, with a panel topic and line-up even bigger and better than last year’s event.

We are teaming up with Jennifer Ouellette and the crew at the Science and Entertainment Exchange to produce a panel on “MAD SCIENCE,” i.e. Science as a double-edged sword, ethically and morally neutral in and of itself, but dependent upon who wields it, and how.

Beloved Internet Personality Phil Plait is lined up to moderate (after he gets his tattoo) and we’re expecting guests from Eureka, Battlestar Galactica, Fringe, Stargate: Universe and more.  Watch this space for additional details.

CATEGORIZED UNDER: Biowarfare, Comics, Conferences, Genetics, TV

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    There is no evil in a gun, a bullet, or an atom bomb.
    The evil is in the intent of the user.

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