Nobel Prize Scientist Supports Human Cloning

By Wesley J. Smith James Watson, the co-discoverer of the DNA double helix demonstrated that just because one is a brilliant scientist, that doesn’t mean he or she is also a good ethicist. [Editor’s note. Wesley links to an interview Watson gave in which Watson showed his eugenicist’s colors.] And now, we have another example: …

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Dr. Yamanaka’s Magnificent Contributions win him Nobel Prize

By Dave Andrusko twitter.com/daveha Time has gotten away from me today, but I still want to write something in the way of a follow up to the two stories we ran yesterday about Dr. Shinya Yamanaka, a co-winner of a Nobel Prize. In an ingenious fashion whose results were initially greeted with great skepticism, Yamanaka …

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Whether Nobel Prize Winner or Everyday Pro-Lifer, Don’t be Afraid to Challenge “Established Knowledge”

By Dave Andrusko Dr. David Prentice is a gift to the Movement, a man whose work we publish and reprint often. The last couple of days he’s blogged about the new Nobel Prize Winners. Without getting bogged down in material WAY beyond me, the point is that the thinking of Daniel Shechtman, the Nobel Prize …

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