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    notspamming

    Is that part about modifying HIV virus true ?

    gx5000

    Yes, Google It !

    notspamming

    Did that with part of that quote – nada.

    Korinthian

    Moderate Christian: Someone that can with good conscience contradict what their god wants.

    More Info

    More info on this therapy that Dr. June and his team are working on: www.nytimes.com/2011/09/13/health/13gene.html?pagewanted=all

    Korinthian

    Good luck on getting people to take *that* antidote!

    gx5000

    No problem and you’ll know why if you ever find yourself in that situation….

    HoChunk

    While I applaud it, the superstitious, pop-culture saturated side of my brain is telling me that this is how flesh-eating zombie epidemics are created.

    Rotatebilly

    Whoo, I am legend

    notspamming

    Yep, I got Resident Evil-ish (Biohazard-ish for those in Japan, or something) feeling too…

    jonblaze81

    Ok for the record, no one takes lealot / nutjobs like those pictured above as Christians. The reality is that true Christians view people like that with pity, as they truly do not have the love of god in their heart, or his words in their minds.

    These people are not to be taken as anything more than hate groups who are trying to disguise themselves as Christians, making the real Christians look bad in the process.

    Calling people like this “Christians” would be like calling the horrendous acts done by the Nazi scientists “Furthering the causes of Science”.

    Korinthian

    Wouldn’t a less literal reader of the bible be less of a Christian instead of more of one?

    TrAyVon'S GhOSt, nuCca

    ^^^
    Retard logic!

    gx5000

    “be like calling the horrendous acts done by the Nazi scientists “Furthering the causes of Science”

    Read up on all those criminals getting off the hook for their research and never saw the haig…too bad no one will remember in a few more generations…

    jediadept

    Much of what is known about hypothermia was compiled and documented by Nazi Doctors doing science.

    Should that science be discarded in the present because of the abhorrent methods used to ascertain it in the past?

    Or, since the documentation already exists, would it be an insult to the people who died in the experiments to not study and apply it?

    notspamming

    Hate to brake it to you, but (some) Nazi medical experiments were very well documented, and meticulously performed, so they did further the causes of Science, in the sense that they, provided info that wasn’t availiable earlier. That said, that still was inhumane.
    Not to mention the scientists from jet propulsion, and shit, that went working in USA, and other countries.

    bstaples

    Strawmen? On MY internets?