May 19, 2016

Burying the Lede at NPR

The full implications of this story seem to have passed over the heads of the folks at NPR.  In fact, they seem to be focusing mainly on potential pitfalls .


Here's one of The Brickmuppet's Crack Team of Science Babes to explain just how this sort of scientific inquiry may positively affect life in the 21st century.



Thank you...Catherine...That is not quite the example I was going to use but it's close enough and may still be of interest to some of our readers.

For everyone else, here's Ayumi Hamasaki quietly explaining one reason why we want this miracle of science to be funded. 




Full Disclosure: "Science Babe" is not really named Catherine, but is, rather, a rendition of Touhou's Nittori Kawashiro by Nagumo.  
UPDATE:
Because the post needs more analysis of hypothetical applications for this branch of SCIENCE!




Artist Unknown
 

Art by Isohe 

Art by Tenyoshi


    Art by 蒼兎 Ao Usagi(?)

Art by Yuyi (Pixiv here)
 
 
Art by Tony Taka 

Art by Ueyama Michirou (Pixiv page here)

Art by Houtengeki (also here) 
NOTE: While Bast is, for the purposes of this blog, a proper Catgirl, Anubis (to the left in the above picture) is in fact a Jackalgirl. Brickmuppet Blog fully understands that we are expected to apologize for any unease or confusion this may cause, as well as the cultural appropriation of the Egyptian religion and the potentially blasphemous regendering of Anubis. 

But we won't. 


Demonstration of inadvisable fishing techniques is by Sinad-Jaru 

Art by Iessupa

Art by Kimura (Also goes by Ykimu)

 
Fetching feline fencer flaunting fantastical fighting frockcoat is by Hellma (See also here)

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1 The headband one is especially clever!

I saw this article mentioned elsewhere and suggested that this line of research could find itself completely crowdfunded by Furries.

Posted by: Mauser at Fri May 20 19:35:15 2016 (5Ktpu)

2 Given the use of pigs instead of cats, I'd be more worried they're about to create orcs, not catgirls.  /shudder

Posted by: ubu at Mon May 23 12:59:40 2016 (h7lSl)

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