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  1. #1 Stem-cell research its biggest obstacle 
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    If not for Bush against stem-cell research, the stem-cell research its feedback would have been greatly impacting.

    I have a question, when was the time that stem-cell research debutting?

    I think those people who are highly against stem-cell reseach is not because they think it will bring some minor setback to medical treatment--such as causing cancer cells to grow, because they do not want our society to become bio-engineered; they prefer to stay the old-way. Because our life-span might be extended unbelievably long if stem-cell research innovate some ways to cure us. Like if I insert some molecular hydrogen from a tube into your veins, it will grow some new cells for your injured part. And it can be used to renew your internal organs, which means you will look younger. Think about it, human aging because our internal organs keep deteriorizing. And if stem-cell helps you, your body hardly age; thus, you will likely to live another decades or so forth. With a healthy body, of course.

    And there are some people who just want to live in an old way--live until a certain age and die. They don't like to live too long because they want to follow natural pattern: some of them are religious beliefs. I am tire of those people. If you don't like it, that's your business, your shouldn't interrupt our research and our helping to the world. Yeah, you might say what if the world is overly flooded with human population. I tell you, I don't care. There are too many people who were born unnecessarily. Human, from long time ago, dreamed of living long and young, even now. We have completely decode the genetic structure of human. The human genetic decoding map was done in 2000, now we are going to find some way to help human live longer. Look at Japan, they have many healthy old people. Why can't US follow along? Or you want to be like developing people?

    I am upset that people keep thinking live long or infinitively is a bad thing. I don't care, I like to stay younger or longer in the world. I can change the pattern of biosphere its cycle as I want to.


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    As I understand it the primary objection to stem cell research is that, currently, it involves the destruction of an embryo. Those who feel an embryo, even in its very early stages has a right to life must necessarily oppose the research.

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    some of them are religious beliefs. I am tire of those people. If you don't like it, that's your business, your shouldn't interrupt our research and our helping to the world.
    Not exactly helping the world, is it? Not as you have prtrayed it. You appear to be in favour of it for purely selfish reasons - so you can live longer. Would that help the world?


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    I don't care killing embryonic live.
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    I don't care killing embryonic live.
    you don't but they do , and you have to respect their views. what you should of said was free choice. i do belive stem cells should go ahead.
    the fact that gw bush suspended any new stem cell lines to be created, is a huge strain.

    However, a new and alternative way of producing embryonic stem cells is possible. Stomatic (normal/healthy) cell nuclear transfer is the process were the nucleus of a normal cell is transferred to an unfertilised egg with a removed nucleus. This is the basics of cloning, where the egg placed in the womb in-vitro and let grow. However in the interest of stem cells, they can be grown in a lab under the right conditions, and let grow into a blastryoclyst, where the stem cells would be created. They could then be isolated and separated to form cell lines. In theory these stem lines can continue to be split and separated re-grown for research. This process is similar to cloning and in turn is branded with the same iron, and is given the same negative news reports. This is not good, for a process which could have a positive affect on the overall cause.

    that is the way to go.

    although i belive stem cell should be studied further and used in regenrative theorpy, for illness, i don't think we should use it to seal our ageing cells, i personally don't fancy getting stemm cell treatment when im 90 years old, just so i can keep alive for another few years,

    Yeah, you might say what if the world is overly flooded with human population. I tell you, I don't care. There are too many people who were born unnecessarily.
    care to explain those comments? i don't want to be accused of jumping to conclusions, but to me they are extreamly racist. every potentil life has the right to live.



    Look at Japan, they have many healthy old people. Why can't US follow along? Or you want to be like developing people?

    I am upset that people keep thinking live long or infinitively is a bad thing. I don't care, I like to stay younger or longer in the world. I can change the pattern of biosphere its cycle as I want to.
    sure japan has lots of old healthy men and women, and thats great if they enjoy it, and if you want to live forever, by all means, do what you can, but not everyone shares your views.
    and even if you do live to be 150 years old, or more, you cannot act on your own to change any life pattern, you will definiatly need others who want to stop polution or change the biosphere, and unless you change your attitude toward certian populations, you will not get any support!!!
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    I would like to live indefinetly long. This is of course a good thing. And i got a policy of not loosing good things.

    Immortality doesnt breaks freedoms or rights of other people as such and it might enable scientists and those that are crucial to stay with us much longer so all community benefits from their activities.

    It would also cause DRAMATICAL change in Humanity as such:

    - End of capitalistic order,

    - End of some major religions of today,

    But otherwise it would not cause much distress. People get used of a lot of things (We've had to endure lot and lot of troubling times in the past.. so some nice good times would be great to have). If i say "dont say u saw it play out otherwise in Hollywood movies" u'll do exactly that. In any case those of us that are interested in this should not be refrained from struggling to do it. We are free choice sociaety.
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    no-ones saying you cant.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ps2huang
    If not for Bush against stem-cell research, the stem-cell research its feedback would have been greatly impacting.

    I have a question, when was the time that stem-cell research debutting?

    I think those people who are highly against stem-cell reseach is not because they think it will bring some minor setback to medical treatment--such as causing cancer cells to grow, because they do not want our society to become bio-engineered; they prefer to stay the old-way. Because our life-span might be extended unbelievably long if stem-cell research innovate some ways to cure us. Like if I insert some molecular hydrogen from a tube into your veins, it will grow some new cells for your injured part. And it can be used to renew your internal organs, which means you will look younger. Think about it, human aging because our internal organs keep deteriorizing. And if stem-cell helps you, your body hardly age; thus, you will likely to live another decades or so forth. With a healthy body, of course.

    And there are some people who just want to live in an old way--live until a certain age and die. They don't like to live too long because they want to follow natural pattern: some of them are religious beliefs. I am tire of those people. If you don't like it, that's your business, your shouldn't interrupt our research and our helping to the world. Yeah, you might say what if the world is overly flooded with human population. I tell you, I don't care. There are too many people who were born unnecessarily. Human, from long time ago, dreamed of living long and young, even now. We have completely decode the genetic structure of human. The human genetic decoding map was done in 2000, now we are going to find some way to help human live longer. Look at Japan, they have many healthy old people. Why can't US follow along? Or you want to be like developing people?

    I am upset that people keep thinking live long or infinitively is a bad thing. I don't care, I like to stay younger or longer in the world. I can change the pattern of biosphere its cycle as I want to.
    America isn`t the only country in the world with laboratories, if someone wants to do this research they`ll either do it in secret, or go to a country where they`re supported. Legislation cannot prevent progress globally.
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