Ancient Predatory Roaches and What That Could Mean For Our Future

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A recent discovery in Noije Bum, Myanmar was made involving a predatory cockroach dating back to the early Cretaceous period.  The Manipulator modificaputis’ characteristics have long legs and a long neck which scientists think makes this little insect a predator who actively pursued its prey at night.

Now this gets me thinking…

Around the web, recently, we’re hearing information involving genetic scientists in China who have edited DNA in human embryos.  Humans are experimenting with designer DNA in humans, discovering ancient predatory cockroaches, and finally this…

and this…

Could we possibly create a system of biological robots we could control with a future smartphone or watch?  This possible future is horrifying enough, thinking about a predatory cockroach coming out of extinction.

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Andrew Bliss is an award winning film maker and photographer with experience in writing, directing, producing, editing, and visual effects. He has lived all over the world including Saudi Arabia, Indonesia, Malaysia, and Italy. He is a first generation Indonesian and a second generation Fin. He has over six years experience as a US Navy broadcast journalist. While in the Navy, he graduated top of his class, won several awards for his work in Europe and Africa, managed Marines at Combat Camera at the Pentagon, and produced a feature film. The film was produced in Italy while on active duty. Prior to serving in the Navy, Andrew was a professional martial artist with numerous awards including Athlete of the Year (1999), International Champion (two years in a row), and was the first competitor to place first in seven events in international competition (two years in a row). He trained with the prestigious Beijing Wushu team and has over ten years experience as a coach and mentor. After serving in the Navy, he taught for Apple, made several award winning short films, and earned a degree in Interactive Design. He is also an alumnus of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.

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