It happens this way sometimes. Just as Leibniz and Newton independently invented the calculus, certain scientific advances just seem to be in the air. Throw in the fact that most scientists are male, and perhaps it begins to explain why you couldn't swing Schr¿dinger's cat in September without hitting breaking news about penises.
First came a report in the Journal of Urology that scientists at Harvard Medical School had successfully grown rabbit penis parts in petri plates (which Peter Piper particularly appreciated), a first step toward growing whole penises. My initial reaction was, "Do we really need the ratio of rabbit penises to male rabbits to be greater than 1?"
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