Michael S. Lorrey writes,
> Thats called homicide in the public interest. A murder is always a homicide,
> not every homicide is a murder.
Thanks for the clarification, Michael.
What do you think of "ankara"'s question:
"Should children be screened for 'weird wiring'?"
Who will screen the screeners?
"If stars step constantly upward, why should the global interlace of humans,
microbes, plants, and animals not move upward steadily as well? The horizons
toward which we can soar are within us, anxious to break free, to emerge from
our imaginings, then to beckon us forward into fresh realities. We have a
mission to create , or we are evolution incarnate. We are her self-awareness,
her frontal lobes and fingertips. we are second-generation star stuff come
alive. We are parts of something 3.5 billion years old, but pubertal in cosmic
time. we are neurons of this planet's interspecies mind."
--Howard Bloom, p. 223
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