“Chinese Scientists Clone Monkeys Using Method That Created Dolly The Sheep”

Regardless of religious beliefs science moves on. The mistake in Mississippi is they always want to be last. This leads to crime and suffering. Poor people want socialism health care when in fact it is impossible to provide the maximum health care to everyone. There simply are not enough resources as the cost to extend a life another year can cost more than the lifetime earnings of that person. Cloning and DNA repair are examples of high cost care that can not be available to everyone. For example look at the UK health care system.

Britain’s National Health Service is overwhelmed with patients waiting for care, as doctors lament that they have to practice “battlefield medicine” while conditions are so dire.

Earlier this month, the New York Times reported that hospitals are declaring “black alerts,” a warning that they are unable to fulfill patients’ needs. Patients fill waiting rooms and hallways while waiting hours for care, sometimes only to be turned away, and hospitals have been ordered to halt “nonurgent surgeries” until the end of January.

Fact is earning and saving for extended life is the individual’s choice not a right from government.

Efforts and Chance

“Last year, Kahn emailed Cook out of the blue with hopes that he would speak with her for a computer class project. Her email led to a phone call, during which Kahn interviewed Cook and got his thoughts on how to increase diversity in tech, as well as the seed of an idea for a larger initiative that would give many more women access to this unique opportunity. Today, Apple and the National Center for Women & Information Technology (NCWIT) announced a new partnership program, Innovator to Innovator, that will pair young women interested in careers in STEM with Apple executives for a one-on-one conversation.”

In sales there are many failures before success. Thinking outside the box and making the extra effort to try is how we became not one of those “shithole” countries.

What if TVA workers decided not to go to work because it is cold? Many around the country are putting up with normal winter conditions to keep the country going.

Tax Dollars to Grants

Here are some of the research projects selected for NEH grants:

A study of “18th century sexuality”
A study about bells in Bulgaria
A propaganda study based on the theory that Fox News can brainwash liberals
A virtual exhibition of more than 90 pieces of New Deal art from the town of Gallup, New Mexico
A book-length study documenting California wine history and its intersection with labor relations
An “immersive” video game about alchemy

When the citizen does not spend money, it does not have, the government spends money it does not have, to employ people. Even if nothing is accomplished. How long and how much debt do we let government debt get before it collapses?


Science /Philosophy Evolution is a product of mutations. Some humans strive for success no matter how crazy the goal is they are working on. I suspect this is an inborn biological trait of survival. In today’s world of unequal power many poor ideas are pushed to be enacted and end up doing more harm than good. In the big long term picture bad ideas die and the good ones continue. But nature has no compassion or empathy for all those hurt by these bad enacted ideas. Virtue is a honed behavior which depends on wisdom and knowledge before acting on bad ideas. Is humanity’s goal to bring world wide virtue? Today is a day to think about it.

Would we choose to live forever if we could? Does death render life meaningless? If we examine it in the context of the immensity of the whole universe, can we consider life meaningful? If we feel empty once we achieve our goals, and the pursuit of these goals is what gives us a sense of meaning, then what can we do?


For those who are less educated due to their disadvantaged background, they face a subtle but pervasive bias. A new report in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology named the term “educationism” and for the first time found clear evidence for what Fusarelli and many others have long suspected: educated people are implicitly biased against the less educated. And this has unfortunate, unintended consequences that often stem from the gap between the rich and poor.

Active thinking has to give up time to accommodate those with less cognitive ability. Having abilities in common is a natural way people discriminate. Society or government can not force people to be the same. The gene lottery and the family lottery ends up making people not equal.

Cell Phones and Health

“In a surprising move this week, however, the California Department of Public Health (CDPH) weighed in on the debate, warning people, especially kids, to stay away from cellphones whenever possible. The agency also issued guidelines on how to reduce exposure to radio frequency energy.”“Although the science is still evolving, there are concerns among some public health professionals and members of the public regarding long-term, high use exposure to the energy emitted by cellphones,” Dr. Karen Smith, CDPH Director and State Public Health Officer, said in a statement. Aside from brain and head cancer, the guidelines note, radio frequency energy has been suspected of causing infertility, headaches, and memory or learning problems.

Everything has risks so weight them against the benefits. Do we always need instant communication?

Last Again

The 10 least healthy states:
West Virginia
South Carolina
For the second year in a row, Mississippi (No. 50) has the greatest opportunity for improvement in
overall health. Why are we building monuments with tax money instead of improving the health of the citizens?



This is not taught in H.S. physics because the teachers are not qualified and the system is controlled by government standards. The best learning is when the unknown is confusing not when students are forced to memorizes facts. If we want better STEM students we need better teaching and move away from standards.


The feeing of awed wonder that science can give us is one of the highest experiences of which the human psyche is capable. It is a deep aesthetic passion to rank with the finest that music and poetry can deliver. It is truly one of the things that makes life worth living.

Escape Room

*An escape room is the latest rage – you get locked into a fully furnished room and must solve a series of puzzles to find the key to escape.

What they are doing to empty malls.


CRISPR can be described as a pair of designer molecular scissors because of its core function: to home in on specific 20 letter DNA sequences and cut apart both strands of the double helix. This function allows gene-editing so the scientists can do repair and changes in the genes which are the maps for the cells that make life.

This opens the door to many questions about ethics, morals, religion, laws and many other areas for example designer humans or the perhaps the end of death. Our society is wasting its time on emotional candy as we have a a responsibility to control the course of humanity. Why is the media spending time on people’s sex lives when the whole future is depended on the citizens understanding science and the few using it to meet their idea of what the future should be?

“A Crack in Creation” by Jennifer A. Doudna