Friday, March 09, 2007

Fahrenheit 451 and Robot Ethics

Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451.

The Bush regime thoroughly sodomized the Constitution, stole or negated freedoms and rights, stonewalled and ignored Science and Technology and greatly hindered Medical advancements, fear-mongered, hate-mongered, war-mongered, profiteered, and worse. Some Americans began the road to recovery by introducing a bill to restore habeas corpus.

Kimberly StewartRod Stewart's little girl Kimberly is an all grown up Paris Hilton wannabe. The attack of the rich bimbo slut waifs continues.

From the Now I've Heard of Everything Department: Poll says 48 percent of men claim to have faked an orgasm.

Study finds more than 150 new cancer mutations in the human body. Additional research into the human genome has uncovered 100 new cancer genes that will provide targets for new anti-tumor drugs and aid in diagnosing cancer earlier.

The Secret financial abundance visualization tool.

Particle physics and anti-matter provide exciting more effective and less negative side effects cancer treatments as viable alternatives to radiotherapies.

"In the 21st Century humanity will coexist with the first alien intelligence we have ever come into contact with - robots. It will be an event rich in ethical, social and economic problems."

Some day your car may be driving on the byproducts of algae production instead of petrochemicals.

U.S. Dollar CoinThe United States Mint screws up and accidentally leaves off "In God We Trust", "E Pluribus Unum", the Mint mark and date on an unknown amount of the new one dollar coin. Some already selling on Ebay for over $400.00.

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Unknown said...

I am hoping that Rod Stewarts daughter does not want to become another Paris Hilton! There is nothing good about that girl.

Bonez said...

There are pictures of Kimberly Stewart and Paris Hilton together dressed like "twinzies" in the same clothing (gag me with a spoon). I think it is too late to save her from her own delusions of grandeur and I agree that Paris is far from a good role model for our young women.

Marloes said...

I am so glad my daughter has a better view on what life should really be about.

Bonez said...

I too am thankful that my children seem to have chosen a higher path for their lives instead of pursuing the "glamor" lives portrayed through our media. Sometimes I long for the days when people looked up to Royalty or People of Class and Substance instead of the trashy brainless socialites and celebrities of today.