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Kevorkian dead after life of fighting for human rights: If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Science by on June 9, 2011 0 Comments
Kevorkian dead after life of fighting for human rights: If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything

Doctor Jack Kevorkian, Doctor Death, has passed away. He has left us with a legacy of thoughts about the destiny of human beings: birth, life, and death. His death proved that he was not God. Rather he was someone with a lot of compassion for other human beings dying in pain. Politics refused to support his effort […]

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Octomom doctor Kamrava losing license: Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors

Filed in Current affairs, Science by on June 4, 2011 0 Comments
Octomom doctor Kamrava losing license: Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors

Doctor Kamrava, the infamous doctor who played “God” for the “Octomom” (Nadya Suleman), is losing his license in July. By implanting a dozen embryos, he crossed the line. Science without conscience is a dangerous thing. How far will America go in the name of science (or money)? There is no longer a mystery to twins or triplets. A face can […]

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Vatican criticizes Nobel committee: Leading by example is better than giving advice

Filed in Current affairs, Religion, Science by on October 7, 2010 2 Comments
Vatican criticizes Nobel committee: Leading by example is better than giving advice

The man who played God by creating the first test tube baby, Dr. Robert Geoffrey Edwards, has been awarded a Nobel prize. Today, making babies in the laboratory has become big business. Depending on which side you are on, fertile or unfertile, Dr. Edwards’ intentions to help those who have trouble conceiving naturally are good […]

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A man without money is like a bow without arrows.

Filed in Economy, financial crisis, Science, Strange stuff by on March 22, 2009 0 Comments
A man without money is like a bow without arrows.

Doctors around the US are reporting a sharp increase in the number of vasectomies. Definitely with the economy down, families across the country are taking drastic resolutions to spend less. The desire to have less children is due to how expensive childcare and health care are. This economic situation explains how finances determine reproduction (number […]

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God speaks a foreign tongue.

Filed in foreign affairs, Religion, Science by on March 19, 2009 0 Comments
God speaks a foreign tongue.

Many people have criticized the controversial Pope Benedict XVI for saying that the use of condoms could endanger public health and increase the problem of AIDS. The Pope tells Africa that using condoms is wrong. I don’t know if the Pope speaks on behalf of God or the Pope is out of touch with reality. […]

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Do not dispose of the monkey’s tail before he is dead.

Filed in Current affairs, Justice, Science, Tragedy by on February 8, 2009 0 Comments
Do not dispose of the monkey’s tail before he is dead.

The announcement that U.S. Supreme court justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer is sad news. Like always in America, when a Supreme Court Justice is dead or sick, speculations circulate. Even though Justice Ginsburg is 75 years and the chance of surviving of this deadly type cancer is small, many people talk […]

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If sweetness be excessive, it is no longer sweetness.

Filed in Science, Strange stuff by on February 7, 2009 0 Comments
If sweetness be excessive, it is no longer sweetness.

I have been following the story of Nadya Suleman, the California woman who gave birth to octuplets less than two weeks ago. Many voices have been raised about the direction that science is leading us. I have watched her interview on NBC and saw her joy for having fourteen kids because she loves kids. This […]

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A wise man never knows all; only fools know everything.

Filed in Current affairs, Religion, Science, Strange stuff by on December 24, 2008 0 Comments
A wise man never knows all; only fools know everything.

Speaking on Monday, Pope Benedict said that saving humanity from homosexual or transsexual behavior was as important as protecting the environment. This kind of comment questions the role of church in our society. Pope Benedict is a very controversial person who certainly doesn’t understand homosexuality. The wise attitude when someone doesn’t understand something is to […]

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The gorilla is not the chimpanzee’s brother.

Filed in Humor, Science by on September 13, 2008 0 Comments
The gorilla is not the chimpanzee’s brother.

http://digg.com/general_sciences/Is_Marijuana_the_Better_Antibiotic Yeah right, America! Yesterday was the “magic pill” to get the benefits of exercise without leaving your couch….Now marijuana is the “cousin” of antibiotics….Good reasons to increase the consumption of illegal substances…Marijuana is not an antibiotic….As the pygmies of Congo say, “The gorilla is not the chimpanzee’s brother.”

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White men? Crazy people.

Filed in Science by on September 9, 2008 1 Comment
White men? Crazy people.

Multiple-billion dollar experiment to probe nature’s mysteries…. For what? Why? What’s the point? When we think about the real issues that our planet is facing with global warming, poverty, and diseases, etc., why spend such money to explain the mysteries of our planet? As the Nzabi of the equatorial forest of Congo/Gabon say, “White men? […]

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