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Posted: 29 May 2014

Stem cell will help, and there is a future in it. The problem is that negative mutations is slowly deteriorating the "health" of the stem cells to a point that the accumulation of the negative mutations will destroy any medical advances, causing an inevitable horizon to this technology

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MindBullet logo GAME OF CLONES
It's patents versus patients as biotech giants fight to dominate the stem cell industry
Dateline: 16 June 2023
In the world of biotech, genetic engineering and regenerative medicine there's a magic holy grail: stem cells on demand. And like the holy grail, stem cells promise to cure all ills, and grant indefinite life to the worthy, and wealthy. The best stem cells to enhance your health are your own, taken at the embryonic stage, or grown by transforming your adult cells with genetic programming. ...
Dont break things that is not ours
Posted: 13 October 2011

I cannot decide to drive over a red robot because it is taking too long. That will break the process (the flow of traffic). The same is with marriage. It is not 'man made'(man did not invent it) and therefore not there for man to break it. What a sorrowful situation

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MindBullet logo SHORT TERM MARRIAGE REPLACES DIVORCE IN NEW WEDDING BOOM
Generation C couples say "I do" - but not forever
Dateline: 1 May 2013
Why get married 'forever' and then go through all the trauma of filing for divorce? These days it has become fashionable to take a much more flexible approach. Get married for a few years - two is the legal minimum to qualify as a marriage - and then decide if you both want to continue the contract. That way the exit strategy is clear, and no one can be blamed if it isn't permanent. Nothing ...
MERRY CHRISTMAS - WE'RE NOT ALONE!
Posted: 23 December 2010

The strain of gamma proteobacteria known as GFAJ-1 has a dual capability. It can grow with either phosphorous or arsenic.
The arsenic path is a sub-optimal substitute to phosphorous biochemistry and will most probably be de- selected by natural selection to nothingness. The ultimate question is what will be the CAUSE to such an ET creature?
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MindBullet logo MERRY CHRISTMAS - WE'RE NOT ALONE!
Life found in space - but not quite what we thought
Dateline: 25 December 2018
The world awoke this Christmas morning to the dramatic news that the answer to one of the great questions of all time had been found - we are not alone in the universe! But the discovery of life on a distant planet with the unprepossessing name of OGLE-2005-BLG-390Lb is hardly the stuff of science fiction. Far from green-skinned, one-eyed, tentacled monsters, the life discovered by a joint ...
The drivers for second hand items unaffordability
Posted: 30 September 2010

The protecting of the environment may be a driver as well, but I believe scarcity will be the biggest driver

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MindBullet logo 'FRUGAL' IS THE NEW 'COOL' AS EU INCENTS 100% RECYCLED GOODS
Antiques industry lauds new environmental moves
Dateline: 13 September 2015
European Union regulators are being hit by severe criticism from furniture manufacturers as they plan to launch new environmental incentives. Part of the new package to be launched next month includes recommendations for 20% rebates on antique and vintage items bought for personal use during the next year. "If we are serious about protecting the environment and encouraging everyone to ...

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