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Comment Re:Stop (Score 1) 185

> > Stop pushing your line of work down her throat.
> Agreed. The last thing the STEM field needs is an influx of people thinking our careers require no self-sacrifice and aptitude.

Self-sacrifice and even an 'aptitude' towards most things, can be developed by parents in the vast majority of children. E.g., the Polgar and Williams sisters.

What GP really needs is to stop pushing _his_ ideology down the parent's throat.

Comment ------- Insulin Potentiation Therapy (IPT) ------ (Score 1) 150

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Cancerous cells love sugar. IPT uses that to launch a trojan horse attack with very low dose chemo. For this condition IPT is challenging, but a very promising treatment (please see Google link below):

Comment Re:Derivative Works (Score 1) 293

Yeah, sure.

And for 20 years, grateful Neanderthals left choice carcasses by the cave of the one who figured partridge soup helped the a'choos.

They were happy the inventor of this diagnostic test and theraputic method was licensing his discovery on an FRAND basis.

Comment Re:Haters Gonna Hate (Score 1) 915

Because sin is still sin.

Regarding the two Old Testament commandments above:
- the first doesn't describe a squinty person as sinful
- the second - the 'hair commandment' was apparently against an idolatrous fashion of the time.

To be fair to your point, the Catholic church is itself idolatrous due to its worship of Mary, belief in apparitions and superstitions.

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