>From: "brian keavey" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Subject: Dangerous Thoughts
>Date: Tue, 28 Sep 1999 17:41:37 PDT
> The best solution to the problem of dangerous questions might be to put
>them on hold. Archive raw data relating to them, but don't do actual
>studies until the question has become quite trivial.
>In other words, wait until biotech, nanotech, etc. have advanced enough &
>are widely enough available to equalize any disparity in question, then use
>the archived data, along with voluntary "control naturals" to study the
>formerly "dangerous" questions.
ARGH! How did we sink to this level?? Sorry, I just don't have the energy today to force myself to think about this one.