Soylent Green is a 1973 American science fiction film directed by Richard Fleischer. Starring Charlton Heston. This bizarre story is about the world being out of control, overpopulated and food is coming from an unknown source which turns out to be something very bad, human that are killed for population control or wish to die are turned into pellets for human consumption. That being strange and bizzare has come to the real world.
Miriam Simun, a NYU student started a project to make cheese from hman breast milk. Yes breast milk is healthy for babies, and full of vitamins, but for adults and in cheese , I kinds get me creepy out thinking about this one.
Granted cow’s milk isn’t the best thing for us human according to some, but would you want to have cheese from human that may be the last person you would even thing of getting within 100 feet of you, not only that how would the FDA regulate this. Sure its not from dead people or by products, but just eeeew..
This is not funny and I didn’t make it up but see for yourself the original sources are listed below:
Ken’s work with over 100 books and short story from sci-fi to the weird to the politics from the mind of a great friend we lost in 2009 to cancer. Even in death Ken was a teacher as he donated his body to science. Our sit down is a comedy of errors for sure but Ken is such a great guy I wanted to share this with our fans as well. Ken works live on even with the passing of his mortal body. You can find his published works here and many short stories. We hope you enjoy a truly down to earth man and fellow sci-fi geek as well.
Scott L. Schwartz, the Ultimate Bad Guy?, Well listen and watch as Mr hnack and Scott chat about Scott’s success, his sister Beth, his Ex-Wife and how awesome Scott is.
This interview took place on Sunday , Sept 21, 2008 at Mountaincon IV in Layton Utah. Consider this a candid look at Scott, there may be a few curse words, but would you expect less from the Ultimate Bad guy!