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101. Intelligent Design Topic: The Darwinian mechanism
gene transfer, set-aside cells, and punctuated saltational events are thoroughly non-Darwinian.” But the real question, it seems to me, is this: Whether or not these and other such events are considered to fall within the bounds of a
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102. Intelligent Design Topic: Is the flagellum complex? Computing the crucial pr...
often directly into host cells. Several structures are known to accomplish this secretion function. Of special relevance here is the type III secretion apparatus, composed of about 20 proteins, most of which are homologous to the to components
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103. Stem Cell Topic: Justice Considerations
potential of stem cells for treating and possibly curing many serious diseases constitutes a major rationale for large-scale investments of public and private resources in human stem cell research. To justify doing so, however, requires
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104. Genetics Topic: Sondra Wheeler
oppose using embryonic stem cells characterize their adversaries as advocating the wanton killing of the unborn, and their opponents speak of those who care more for blastocysts than for living suffering human beings. I am thinking of the more
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105. Genetics Topic: Treating Faulty DNA
of a disease in the body cells of a living individual by trying to repair an existing defect. Many ethical commentators agree that somatic therapy is morally desirable, and they look forward to the advances HGP will bring for expanding this
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106. Genetics Topic: Are We Asking Our Scientists to Play God?
or into undifferentiated cells of an early embryo that will be passed on to future generations and may become part of the permanent gene pool. Some scientists and religious spokespersons are putting a chain across the gate to
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107. Neuroscience Topic: Defining ‘Life’
even the simplest of actual cells is incredibly complicated and it's too complicated to portray here. So the question is: What would you need to have the very, very simplest example of something living? Well here's what the philosophers of
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108. Genetics Topic: Cloning
a live adult lamb from cells originating in a sheep mammary gland. The method was simple, technologically speaking; Wilmut took a mammary cell from an adult sheep and placed its DNA into the egg of another sheep. He removed the
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109. Subject Home: Genetics
Stem Cells: What are They? Who Will Decide the Future of Mankind? What are the Moral Limits of Embryo and Stem Cell Research? Opinions: Genetics,
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110. Evolution Topic: Coda: Science as a Way of Knowing
replace DNA in defective cells. All these remarkable achievements bear witness to the validity of the scientific knowledge from which they originated. Scientific knowledge is also remarkable in the way it emerges by way of consensus and
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