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Bioethicist: Why Connecticut Teen Can't Say No to Chemo
Thu Jan 8, 2015
In reply to:Lauriloo #2.11 It would be prudent to keep in mind that pretty much everyone commenting here, including you (and me too), know little to nothing about this situation, and the people involved. All we've been presented with is one side of the story, and that being authored by a woman …
93-Year-Old Auschwitz Guard Oskar Groening to Stand Trial on 300,000 Counts
Tue Dec 16, 2014
In reply to: Mordsith_T #5.4 An admission from this man that he was a member of the SS is enough "hard evidence". If you've studied the SS's role in the camps, you'll understand that NO SS guard was innocent, nor were they merely "witnesses to atrocities".
Nurse Kaci Hickox says she won't obey Maine's Ebola quarantine: I won't be 'bullied by politicians'
Wed Oct 29, 2014
In reply to: imwhitewolf-6844564 #47.2 First, she's not past the time where she can pass the disease to others. The incubation period for Ebola is 21 days. Second, her civil rights end where others' begin. Asking her to comply with a 21-day HOME quarantine is not egregious and we must also take …
Outbreak Jitters: How Can We Trust the CDC on Ebola?
Wed Oct 1, 2014
In reply to: Fancy Pantz #5.2 Ebola Zaire has shown a 90% fatality rate in previous outbreaks (most notably, it's very first outbreak), but this outbreak (also Ebola Zaire) has shown about a 50% mortality rate, and up to 70% in certain areas. So, these doctors actually had at least a 30% chance …
Every Second Counts: New Ebola Report Predicts Huge Spike Without Action
Tue Sep 23, 2014
In reply to: ColoradoDude #2.2 Huh? Ebola hasn't "existed" in a colder northern climate only because it hasn't spread out of Africa before, not because of air temperature. It's close viral "cousin", Marburg, has caused infections in Germany, however. Considering that BSL4 labs keep viruses like …
Seeking Death: 'Suicide Tourism' to Switzerland Doubles
Wed Aug 20, 2014
In reply to: Flame77_7 #1.1 You said "Mental illness is the LEADING cause.." That is incorrect. "Neurologial disease" is not mental illness, as you seem to have interpreted it. Neurological diseases include such issues as multiple sclerosis, ALS, Alzheimer's, neuropathy, etc. These are diseases …
Johann 'Hans' Breyer Held on Auschwitz Death Camp Charges
Wed Jun 18, 2014
In reply to: JasperWall1 #1.3 You're comparing apples to oranges. Breyer was not a civilian.
pentagon papers whistleblower: snowden won't get a fair trial
Fri May 30, 2014
In reply to: Roman-2785124 #14 From what I've seen, there's isn't really a split down party lines on Snowden... It seems that about half of Dems and half of Conservatives call him a traitor (again, from what I've seen). "My kind" (libertarians) by and large either stand staunchly with Snowden, …
Edward Snowden's Motive Revealed: He Can 'Sleep at Night'
Wed May 28, 2014
In reply to: Sam from Texas #185.1 So sick of the "if you have nothing to hide" lame-ass "argument". MY MUNDANE LIFE IS NONE OF THE GOVERNMENT'S BUSINESS AND IS BEING MONITORED AND RECORDED WITHOUT A WARRANT AND PROBABLE CAUSE. Get it??? Have you ever even read the Constitution? Do you know tha …
Denver rock station swears off Seattle music for Super Bowl week
Tue Jan 28, 2014
In reply to: Ourdoc #14 Yeah, except that most of us aren't taking this as seriously as you... Relax!!!
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