In an effort to get the most out of his time at the University of Birmingham, Dr James Baguley has decided to create a “database” of everything he knows about the world around him.
In the words of the site’s creators: We want to help people discover the world they live in and discover the things that make them unique.
You can now create a personal profile on the site, and start browsing the thousands of movies you’ve uploaded.
It’s a smart move, given that it gives you the opportunity to look at all the movies you have watched since the age of 12.
As Dr Baguay explains on the website: I want to create an identity that has a certain amount of universality to it, and that allows you to see everything from a different point of view.
Bioscope is a unique idea, with a focus on the search and discovery of films.
However, it does have one big downside.
The site is not searchable, meaning you won’t be able to find any of the information you need.
This is due to the fact that Bioscope doesn’t provide any sort of ratings, rating systems or any sort the ability to rate movies.
So far, the site only offers reviews and a brief description of each movie, but this could change over time.
The website does not have a password yet, so you’re stuck with the site.
The site’s developers also hope to have a better search algorithm, with better links and more specific results for specific movies.
In the meantime, the creators say that Bioscans database will be a useful resource for fans, researchers and academics.
“It is a tool for people to discover and discover things about themselves that they would otherwise not have discovered,” the creators write.
“This information can then help you to understand what makes you unique and what makes people similar.”
It’s unclear what type of movie Bioscains database is, but we’re guessing that it will be for the “cult classics” section.