It’s been 20 years since the birth of Dolly the Sheep, the first mammal to be cloned from an adult. Because Dolly died prematurely, scientists have worried that cloning accelerates the aging process. But a new analysis of 13 cloned sheep—including a batch of Dolly’s genetic duplicates—shows this isn’t the case.
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Have you ever noticed that, sometimes, a certain celebrity seems ever so slightly off? Maybe its an errant beauty mark or the fact that their eyelids have begun to blink sideways. You can feel in your heart that something’s just not right. That’s because your darling idol is dead.
First revealed back in 2014, the Analogue Nt remains one of the best ways to play classic NES games on a modern TV. And to celebrate the 30th anniversary of one of the most popular Nintendo franchises of all time, The Legend of Zelda, you can now get a gold-plated Analogue Nt to match your gold cartridges.
This Sunday marks the return of the clone gang, and if you're still not caught up on the masterpiece that is Orphan Black, you're officially out of excuses — it's all available, right now, FOR FREE.
Orphan Black is about to launch into the new season with a whole heap of new clone faces — male clone faces. We cannot wait. Take a look at a few of the new clones and the face we'll see over and over and over this year.
It's almost time to welcome back the magnificent clone drama Orphan Black and we are absolutely mad with anticipation. And now the first image from the new season and interview with show creator Graeme Manson has raised our Season Three expectations even higher. Spoilers!
Here is the first-ever teaser trailer for the third season of beloved clone drama Orphan Black. Sadly, there's no footage, but unsurprisingly, they still managed to make a pretty clever teaser.
The teleporter is one of the classic technologies of science fiction stories and it usually is portrayed as a positive, a marker of just how far a society has advanced from our own. This story, however, spins it into something much darker.
Someone at Instagram has a slippery trigger finger: Some Instagram for Android users are reporting links posted to a "one tap photo messaging app" called Bolt. It sounds an awful lot like a very popular photo-sharing app not owned by Facebook that rhymes with "App Hat."
Human cloning is currently illegal in virtually all parts of the world, but that doesn't mean it will stay that way. Here are some surprising things we can expect once we're finally allowed to make genetic duplicates of ourselves.
Orphan Black promised to open up a new chapter in the cloning conspiracy—and boy, did it pay off on that promise. We're more excited than ever to see what's ahead for Clone Club, and a brand-new faction in the Orphan Black world.
Uh-oh, Rachel is laughing maniacally. That can't be a good sign for Clone Club on this week's episode. It's probably not a good sign for her, either.
We get it: Tatiana Maslany can play any character she wants to play. But the truly exciting things are going down are going down at the Hendrix household, where proper housekeeping just became a matter of life and death.
Here's an example of truth being not only stranger than fiction, but more politically questionable as well. Salamanders in the northeastern United States are mating and producing hordes of female hybrid sex parasites that threaten to overwhelm the species.
Somehow Donnie, Alison's hapless, terrible husband, was the star of last night's Orphan Black. Yes, he's still a moron and a sneak, but now we know that Donnie also has a heart—one that makes him do all the deliciously wrong things.
Orphan Black went on a road trip this week and it got drunk, flirted with a cute guy, and threw a few punches. It also revealed a very dark secret about one of our familiar characters. Is this our villain? Or is there something even worse behind this revelation?
Before he directed Godzilla—or even Monsters—Gareth Edwards made this moody short science fiction film. More impressively, he wrote, filmed, and edited the entire thing in just two days.
We may not know everything about Orphan Black's Project Leda just yet, but this episode brings us a whole lot closer. Plus, one scene brought a heartfelt tear to our eyes. Spoilers ahead.
Why is Sarah screaming? It's because she's witnessing one of the major moments from last night's Orphan Black. And it's not even the episode's biggest shock. Spoilers ahead!