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Captain Cyborg is back. That, at least is according to The Guardian's Bad Science section, which notes that the Independent wrote a piece last week citing Kev's latest eye-opener, viz. "watching Richard and Judy on television for half an hour was the best thing to improve IQ test performance, and that reading a book was bad for you".

Terrific stuff, and good to see the roving cyberpundit still giving forth on matters of international import.

But it's hardly news, is it? The piece then goes on to list Warwick's crimes against technology - all of which are familiar to Reg regulars.

The fact is that Warwick is now simply famous for being famous - a bit like Tara Palmer-Tomkinson, the woman for whom the words "chocolate" and "teapot" were first put into a well-known phrase.

The Guardian concludes that Warwick is "obsessed with media coverage. And we can't get enough of him."

Yes we can. Enough. ®

And here's the proof that enough is enough:

Captain Cyborg issues chilling TV warning
Captain Cyborg faces Canadian challenge
Kev Warwick cyberkiddie no closer to activation
Captain Cyborg returns with Wi-Fi rhubarb!
Captain Cyborg is a Media Tart. True
Kid-chipper Cap Cyborg reported to police, social services
Cap Cyborg to chip 11 year old in wake of UK child killings
Captain Cyborg takes the pee on Radio 5 Live
Captain Cyborg gets oil-check at BBC
Captain Cyborg Lives!
Captain Cyborg becomes nutritionist and mind-reader in one day
Did Captain Cyborg implant a dog tracking chip?
Reg jealous of my success, claims Captain Cyborg
Captain Cyborg becomes a film critic
Captain Cyborg puts on Cassandra act again
Captain Cyborg crops up in Focus magazine
Captain Cyborg plans to build a better bionic nose
Captain Cyborg infects Ireland
Lunatic pulls gun on Captain Cyborg
Captain Cyborg goes on a lecture tour
Kevin Warwick wanders into Reg territory
Captain Cyborg back on the BBC
My God! Someone's actually made a cyborg!
Captain Cyborg: I'm embarrassed to speak
Captain Cyborg's media monkey business back
No! No! No! Captain Cyborg is back
Paxman vs Warwick: Radio 4 special
Captain Cyborg spouts rubbish on CNN
Kevin Warwick: a life in pictures
Colleague kicks Captain Cyborg in the nuts
Captain Cyborg promises never to fake an orgasm again
Waking up to Warwick: is the media-obsessed fantasist on the way out?
Warwick Watch: SFX, lies and masking tape
World's first cyborg: man/machine or pipedream?

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