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The problem with anecdotes by Sisyphus on October 22nd, 2009, 8:56 pm
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Read this and let me know your thoughts. by Melton_J_08 on December 22nd, 2010, 5:54 pm
this place needs something to happen thats not going to happen untill someone shows then how to stop sticking there heads in there ass. goverment, teachers, nations, faiths. all need fixing but wont untill everyone stops thinking about money, food, house, family. and start thinking globle, starting with local. when we stop looking at whats infront of us we see more. whats behind us, whats to the side of us, what below us, whats above us, and whats far away from us. in all locations, there are people, colors, life, and energy. not untill they all look around will they ever have a chance to understand what else can influance them. just because you ignore it doesnt make it go away. if you get stung while talking to someone you still get distracted enuff to stop talking and look around to where on you hurts. but you are not other things. you are always infront of yourself you must look beond you, your famliy, your objects, your life. to see others and how they need so much...
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Genetically modified babies/ Designer babies by millerj7 on April 22nd, 2014, 10:50 am
Should people be allowed to genetically modify their baby to prevent mitochondrial diseases?

“1,000 to 4,000 children born in the United States each year will develop a mitochondrial disease.”1(pA25) “What is a mitochondrial disease?” someone may ask. It is when a disease enters the mitochondria, preventing it to convert food to energy, resulting in genetic abnormalities. These genetic abnormalities have a massive range of side effects that could happen to a child who is born with a mitochondrial disease, for example: leading to impaired vision, deafness, having autism, or even in severe cases it can lead to death. Scientists have reached a breakthrough where they now have the technologies to genetically modify babies that have mitochondrial diseases and remove the disease.
Every single cell in the human body contains a nucleus and inside the nucleus is where 98 percent of the DNA is held. The other 2 percent of DNA is held in the mitochondria.The mothers’ nucleus containin...

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geosynchronicity 3 feet off of the ground... by Char0n on April 28th, 2014, 4:35 am
astrologically speaking of course the dynamic of the dichotomy between conflict and unity is among the most interesting... not merely for the duplicitous recomendations of our spiritual leaders regarding the thing itself... but for the appearent error in logic which essentially confounds them of lesser capacity and the issue surrounding both of the afore mentioned aspects...
conflict and unity... conflict simplified to state divide, or division... in no uncertain terms is the sole denominator of all things with symmetrical or less than total compass within the abyssal void... and unity the great and powerful oz of all things great and powerful in concordance with being of being be it existential or coincidental... in effect the one and only numerator of this inequality...
and this is where things get interesting for the observer... if you side with division you are to aim to divide and conquer and if you side with unity yours is the surrender to the wholeness of a supulcher and to which...

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Movie Review from the Hoosier Kingdom by Zach82 on June 21st, 2009, 1:01 pm
Christian Bale was perfect for the lead role in the movie Equilibrium, being a character completely unfamiliar with human emotions. The movie takes place in a dystopian future when human society is regulated through distribution of a drug called Prozium which eliminates all human emotions. Christian Bale plays "Grammaton Cleric John Preston," an enforcer of the State of Libria which hunts out and eliminates "Sense offenders" who refuse to take their Prozium and embrace emotion. The main mode of subversion for these sense offenders is the possession of tasteless interior decorations like gaudy mirrors or garage sale worthy lamps. Bale shines as an actor when he is brooding intensely while sense offenders perish clutching their adorable puppies or record players. I know what you are thinking. "Golly, this minimalist, Protestant world sounds great!" But John Preston's...

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