How is replacing anti-biotics with something inherently better a bad thing?
What does a replacement to antibiotic treatment currently in the research stage have to do with Morgellons?
You people are just connecting unrelated events based on nothing but a whim.
In any case, how is morgellons, one of the effects of which is skin lesions, forced or directed evolution? What evidence is there behind this
It doesn't even make sense. Why would they spend loads of money making nanotechnology that gives a very small amount of people skin lesions?
If you want people to actually pay attention to alternative topics then the first thing that needs to go is threads like this one that are only
believed by a small circle of fellow theorists.
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We already know that commerce and profit override virtually all considerations they can dare to call an 'externality' in their practices; so I
can't imagine what the story will be 20 years from now, when some people might be suffering from some unforeseen consequence of their 'industry.'
As usual it will be soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines who will likely be the guinea pigs for exposure to this 'new and improved' technology.....
it kind of reminds me of the wonders of DDT, Agent Orange, and more...
Or in other words you fear technological progress.
It kind of reminds me of why living standards when proper healthcare is in place are so high and are improving.
Are there risks? Yup. Do computer simulation and other forms of testing in order to minimize those risks.
But, what would you rather the world do? Stop all medical progress in fear that something might go wrong? You only mention the possible negative
aspects of such technology. That viewpoint is highly dangerous.
Since silver has been used for, ohhhhhhh, about six thousand years now to fight infections, perhaps DARPA might like to stop pretending it
Because ohhhhhh silver cannot fight infections as well as nanotechnology could?
For the vast majority of human history, our life expectancy has been around 40. Is this also a good thing to you? Because we lived for 6000 years like
that it's supposed to be better and OK?
Did you ever even think of that?
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