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Everything posted by MolecularMan14

  1. See if you can't fit me in somewhere...my description is in the other thread I'll let u pick a part out for me, I like to see what other people think
  2. [edit] damn, got done by one of those rhetorical questions again didnt i hate it when that happens
  3. lol, "Psychic Source" and "First Three minutes free". Cool! this click's for you
  4. Where are these google things? Are they "Customer Support Portal" and "Bulletin Board Corp."?
  5. Name- Alex Age-14 Profession-Microbiology (and sharpshooting on the weekends) taking sides?-Dont care if Im a good or bad character Appearance- 6'2", brown hair, blue eyes, and Im all about upper body strength Gender- male Nationality- German Quirks-...I can make a joke out of just about anything...; I often work with ballistics (making the stuff that comes out the barrels ); I get to play with several rifles, pistols; and of course...get to make some nice stuff in the lab! (cough...chemistry would come in handy..cough cough...) Other stuff- I might make a good assassin... <:-/ (I've only read the first post, so I dont know what all the other characters will be... fit me in somewhere)
  6. From the criteria listed in my previous post' date=' please provide a way through an unseen loophole, just to better the process. Illegal actions take place now, so in debate terms, you arguement is non-unique. ...cold and callous...why would the hospitals have the ability to dispose of patients without their concent...as seen in the criteria above- specifically #3, #4, and #6 I dont mean to shoot anyone down, but I feel that these are some of the most important arguments.
  7. lol, strange that when my aunt had terrible lyme's, to the point where she was conscious about 3 hours a day, they infected her with malaria,and now she's perfectly fine!
  8. Peter Rogatz, Greenhaven Press, 2003 The slippery slope argument discounts the real harm of failing to respond to the pleas of real people and considers only the potential harm that might be done to others at some future time and place. As in the case of other slippery slopes, theoretical future harm can be mitigated by establishing appropriate criteria that would have to be met before a patient could receive assistance. 1. The patient must have an incurable condition causing severe, unrelenting suffering. 2. The patient must understand his or her condition and prognosis, which must be verified by an independent second opinion. 3. All reasonable palliative measures must have been presented to and considered by the patient. 4. The patient must clearly and repeatedly request assistance in dying. 5. A psychiatric consultation must be held to establish if the patient is suffering from a treatable depression. 6. The prescribing physician, absent a close preexisting relationship (which would be ideal) must get to know the patient well enough to understand the reasons for her or his request. 7. No physician should be expected to violate his or her own basic values. A physician who is unwilling to assist the patient should facilitate transfer to another physician who would be prepared to do so. 8. All of the foregoing must be clearly documented.
  9. ...not all its cracked up to be. (especially when you dont have control over it... ) anyway man, congratulations, and good luck to you! I hope it goes far!
  10. http://www.scienceforums.net/forums/showthread.php?t=5636&page=1&pp=20
  11. good point, there would be a biological limitation in terms of what our bodies could handle. I think the question is difficult, mainly becuase we know so little about the brain; I think that the limitation stated by ecoli would be one of the few, but if it were overcome in some bizarre twist, that would be rather nice
  12. I know there's been a time when you wanted something you know you couldnt control...like say a snow day, or a school closing for some bizarre reason...well Im here to ask for a good oldfashioned school closing tomorrow! Anyone else care to contribute?
  13. update!!! (debate helped with this one now) nine times to twenty and I got to 6 when time ran out
  14. Amen brotha'!~ well, actually, I would love to study more advanced things, however, the teachers around here dont like anything but themselves. They tend to believe that their's is the only class that really matters, and thus, they'll be the only ones giving homework for that night...hmmmm Becuase of the teaching ego, we are forced into a curriculum...say, science...while we are totally advanced from the rest of the class in something like microbiology, when we are forced to learn something like...geology! Dont get me wrong...I love all types of sciences, however, since I am not profoundly interested in geology, I tended to not be all too interested. What i suggest is making a highschool system for all those kids who KNOW what they're good at, and know that they can make a living at it...say microbiology...and then have courses based around that (almost like college) I know its rather radical, but whatever...a kid can dream
  15. I always just assumed that because of the never-ending route, it would be a good interpretation of infinity. I wouldnt think that they would take the #8 into consideration. But you never know
  16. Parents (both scientists) and incompetent teachers...ugh
  17. ...it seems Ive been knocked back to a molecule, and almost 100 of my posts are missing...strange... but whatever
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