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Salvo 39

Salvo 39

Department: Archives — Topic: ScientismSalvo #39

Science Bad?

Turning to Old Books to Vanquish Dr. Frankenstein's Monster by Cameron Wybrow


Watching the old horror films of the 1930s and 1940s, one cannot help but notice how often the scientists come to a bad end. Whether it is the obsessed Dr. Frankenstein, who discovers the secret of life, or the avaricious chemist Jack Griffin, who discovers the secret of invisibility, or the well-meaning physician Henry Jekyll, who discovers how to separate the good and evil halves of his psyche, they are generally destroyed—or at least cursed—by the fruits of their researches. In addition, many . . .


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