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Now, if it selectively kills cancer cells in a petri dish, you can be sure it's at least a great breakthrough for everyone suffering from petri dish cancer.
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aliceinwire
4067 days ago
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:D so true!
Tokyo, Japan
miemonster
4069 days ago
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Good point
satadru
4073 days ago
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The one in which Randall Munroe miscalculates the LD50 of bullets in petri dishes.
New York, NY
turngra
4074 days ago
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Sounds about right!
Omaha, Nebraska
Wilshu
4074 days ago
Or more commonly used "in vitro" means just that, in glass
aaronwe
4074 days ago
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True.
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adamgurri
4074 days ago
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So does a handgun
New York, NY
bogorad
4074 days ago
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ЗЛОЙ!
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain

OMG (Part Two): The Tamagotchi App Is Now Available on iOS

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We didn't think that Tamagotchi L.i.f.e., the modern-day mobile version of the virtual pet phenomenon, could get any better - then it did. This morning, the app based on the original handheld egg computer toy was released for iPhone iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad (free).

After we thoroughly exhausted ourselves with joyous celebration, we gave the app a go and can say that it is as much fun as the real deal.

Tamagotchi L.i.f.e. (which stands for Love Is Fun Everywhere) was developed by Bandai Co., the original manufacturer of the digital toy pet. Just like the Tamagotchis of yesteryear, there's a care icon that'll show a fork when you have to feed your pet (or a scoop for poop) and a call signal when your little guy needs some attention.

In this modern 21st-century upgrade, you can collect different shells and play fun games with your pet, too. Download the nostalgic app (also available for Android devices) and let us know what you think of Tamagotchi-to-go.

Take a look at Tamagotchi L.I.F.E. in toy mode after the break.

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miemonster
4130 days ago
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YAAAY!!!