posted on Jan, 29 2013 @ 08:16 PM
Originally posted by danneu89
reply to post by Kashai
Where's the data suggesting that young people predisposed to gun safety are more likely to murder?
I am arguing from the point of view of statistics in respect to what a child with access to guns as a child does as an adult, as well as onset of
psychosis for most individuals (as adults) to present psychotic symptoms.
As an example schizophrenia and bipolar disorder which shows up in human usually between the ages of 21 to about 35. I am not saying people who learn
to use guns as a child are more prone to this issue.
I am saying that in relation to a population and in this case we are talking about the United States about 7 and perhaps 10% at most exhibit either
criminal or psychotic behavior.
To be clear I have never heardof any specific research on the specific subject. but in all sincerity and to be fair to everyone?
Doing research on something like that would need to encompass the entire planet. A good reason relates to the ethics of presenting data like that if
it did not encompass an entire population.
My premise is that it is possible that in the near future the idea of have a child whose DNAidentifies them as having Psychotic or even Criminal
traits, could become a problem.
edit on 29-1-2013 by Kashai because: modified content