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Old 2016-07-24, 20:45   Link #21
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This week we will be examining artificial limbs in anime.

http://www.animescience101.com/2016/...limbs/
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Old 2016-07-28, 07:56   Link #22
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strange, when I click the link I get a 404 error. But if I go from the homepage to the blog entry it works...

About the entry

a) I think that picture of Mokoto is not a good example for the point you make.
b) The ghost in the shell manga actually acknowledge the problem of a partial artificial body in a side chapter.
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Old 2016-07-28, 08:06   Link #23
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You are correct that the major is a full body cyborg which is different than a partial body cyborg. In the first image I reference that she is different and make the distinction between the two types. Edward is a partial, and Makoto is a full. The second image was the only one I could find of a cyborg breaking from using to much force. Ideally it should have been someone like edward or some other partial body cyborg falling apart, but the image of the major was the only one i could find. Also later in the post i reference exactly what your comic describes.
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Old 2016-07-28, 08:26   Link #24
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ui, fast response.

The point I'm trying to make is, that you're using a wrong picture for the point your making. I understand that finding right pictures may be difficult, but from a scientific point of view it is better to show no picture than a wrong one. Especially because you use the same character as an example for both cases which leads to internal contradictions.

Just a little nitpicking on my part.
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Old 2016-07-28, 09:14   Link #25
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point taken I was just in a rush to get it out there.
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Old 2017-09-03, 09:26   Link #26
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I know I haven't posted anything here for a good long while but www.animescience101.com has been going strong for a good long while. So let me know what you guys think and if you have any topics you'd like me to look into.
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Old 2017-09-11, 20:22   Link #27
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Interviews with Monster Girls was one of several monster girl shows to be released this year and the first monster girl I will be examining is Sakie our sexy succubus math teacher. The question is what are pheromones and how they create her powers.

http://www.animescience101.com/succubus/
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Old 2017-09-15, 21:07   Link #28
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Anime loves vampires from Alucard to Moka, and most recently Hikari. But what is the science behind the myth, is there any part of the vampire that is even slightly realistic. Vampires in Interviews with Monster Girls.

http://www.animescience101.com/vampire/
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Old 2017-09-28, 13:05   Link #29
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