you just had to attempt to get in the last word...
Doh, I might have known you'd try to get in the last word.
No, I mean I came back into the thread to answer the original question about SCR but then someone suggested that all human science should be discontinued! That's clearly something that not just I but which the vast majority of Mac users would take issue with.
I could care less if I got the last word in - people aren't going to care or respect you for having the last word, they'll care and respect you for what you say and how you say it. I'd rather have good conversation anyways.
One of things I did learn was the fact that there's multiple types of SCR, and that Bush banned the one that got the most talk then and now: Embryonic Stem Cell Research. Since there are other types - of which I see no bans on - how do you feel about those?
Last but not least, I think the comment you were refering to was a tad bit of excessive sarcasm. You're right, we probably would take issue with it - if we didn't se the humor first.
Embryonic Stem Cell Research. Since there are other types - of which I see no bans on - how do you feel about those?
They should all be suspended as potentially harmful.
a tad bit of excessive sarcasm.
I only sent him away with a flea in his ear because his post was misdirected... although it was also off-topic.
Ok, we're going to disagree on this then, I think. Yes, we're in agreement on Embryonic, and I have no opinion on Fetal yet, but unless I missed something with the Adult and Cancer Stem Cell Researches, I fail to see what possible harm could come from either. Unlike Embryonic, Adult Stem Cell Research - which is one that Bush actually had no problem with - comes from adult tissue samples, not from embryos, and the cancer ones are formed from cancer cells. (There are other types that are out there, as well - The most I've seen so far is 6, though.) I fail to see the potential harm in that.
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