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added on the 2007-07-30 00:15:34 by Stelthzje Stelthzje
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added on the 2007-07-30 01:28:57 by kb_ kb_
I swear everytime I look at this thread my IQ drops at least 20 points.
added on the 2007-07-30 05:38:33 by Rubicante Rubicante
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added on the 2007-07-30 06:53:36 by dnes dnes
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added on the 2007-07-30 07:37:58 by Jailbird Jailbird
This is some pretty awful retouching.
added on the 2007-07-30 09:52:42 by kb_ kb_
Hah yeah what i though, makes them look worse. Go for the natural look, not slutify them.
added on the 2007-07-30 09:58:46 by Intrinsic Intrinsic
lol so true, sometimes i just don't get the whole plastifying trend.
added on the 2007-07-30 10:05:55 by Zest Zest
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added on the 2007-07-30 11:09:39 by Ayo Ayo
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added on the 2007-07-30 13:16:29 by lindewest lindewest
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added on the 2007-07-30 14:02:28 by alienttn alienttn
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added on the 2007-07-30 14:40:59 by nitro2k01 nitro2k01
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added on the 2007-07-30 16:05:27 by chromag chromag
@Alienus:

Forgot to reply to you and one day becomes two and well, you know.

You really don't seem to get what I wrote. I reread it and it is clear. It is not primitive and is not the result of a complex. You missed my point twice on purpose? So I wish to restate it again for a last time.

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Well, exactly. Our understanding of the what a "flawed" human really was could radically change along with it.


Yes, flawed in a broad sense. But as I said I'm only talking about physical/genetic defects the result of which is a sick human being.

Sick as in not able to live in the way a healthy person can.

If you still dispute what flawed means I guess the only thing to convince you will be to experience bad disease yourself sometime for a short time.

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Not only that, if a human really IS flawed then nature would dictate that they would die out naturally due to *lack of reproduction*. Or would you just neuter any man or woman who came into contact with one of your supposed "less-than-me's"?


This reply puzzles me because I addressed it clearly, twice.

In nature this would exactly happen. It is we with our medicine who give people with physical/genetic defects a better live without curing them. It is this that allows them to reproduce. We interfere.
If we could cure at the genetic level this problem would not exist.

That is a thruth whether you accept longterm effects of that problem or not.

It has nothing to do with killing of people. It is you, and not me, who writes about killing and neutering people and superior races/people. You seem to be only aware of one side of eugenics.

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When it comes down to it there is as little reason to think that a certain type of human will dull the gene pool as there is to think that a witch will sink in water.


I don't think you understand how numerous genetic diseases are.

Please do some research on that and you'll see that if such diseases continue to spread by non curing medicine they will be "dulling" the gene pool.

It is one of many things that do not pose an immediate threat, but simply acting without thinking on longterm will be a mistake.

One might ask though if humanity will be steady enough on such a longterm scale for it to matter. Modern warfare, pollution, natural disasters and overpopulation will make that very difficult.
added on the 2007-07-30 16:51:50 by Joop Joop
? TOO MUCH TEXT IN IMAGE THREAD ERROR
added on the 2007-07-30 17:14:48 by cruzer cruzer
u better not be talkin to me there.

say it with a picture!
added on the 2007-07-30 18:27:17 by alienttn alienttn
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added on the 2007-07-30 19:01:55 by lindewest lindewest
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added on the 2007-07-30 19:02:32 by cerror cerror
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added on the 2007-07-30 19:55:57 by EviL EviL
@Joop:

you're right, after re-reading I seem to have missed your point completely, I think I was just going through a standoffish phase.. I guess what I disagree with is the idea that we have any 'right' to act upon our knowledge at any point, seeing as there is undoubtedly something we aren't yet aware of which will effect our understanding. Like you say, in the future, maybe we'd be able to cure these things at a genetic level without 'removing' certain members of a species.. but maybe we'd even find that these 'errors' in genetics have some significance in evolution, rather than being purely a detriment to it.

anyway. it's much more interesting to think how we could accelerate the evolution of other species using this method.. in 40,000 years we could have talking seals who are able to fight for their rights to a bucket.
added on the 2007-07-30 19:56:05 by alienus alienus
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