Friday, 12 September 2008
02:52:11 PM (GMT)
I was discussing this with a few friends on the bus today, so I'd thought
I'd talk about it on this site as well.
On sepember tenth, scientists fired up the HLC (Large Hadron Collider).
For those of you who don't know what it is, read
Yes, I am aware that it is indeed a long read, but I feel that one should know what
I'm talking about before continuing.
Read it yet? Okay then, yet's continue.
As much as I suport reaserch and believe we should do as much as we can to better
understand the world around us, I think science should have a few guide lines~
NO building stuff that could desroy the world in a split second if somthing goes
NO mutating infectious diseases. ( gosh, didn't you watch I AM LEGEND?!)
NO bringing people back to life, (aka, no cryrogenics)
NO controling weather
NO cloning humans (Because thats just creepy)
The views expressed here are my personal opinions, and if you disagree then I respect
Your dision, but no flaming, because thats just pure annoying.