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a-yaksha, because the report was "typically overblown, overhyped sensationalist science reporting" I see no value in the claims of the report, it is just a way try to get more funding to pester, even vivisect sweet bees. I see. Seems they are already working, or at least thinking about, creating ro...
The implications for using this discovery to benefit AI research are ugly, but to be expected nowadays. (video also.) https://www.theepochtimes.com/scientists-try-teaching-honeybees-impossible-concept-they-are-shocked-at-the-results_2554748.html I don't understand how the fact that bees were able t...
- Sun Jun 10, 2018 1:48 am
- Forum: Dharma in Everyday Life
- Topic: Assisted Suicide/ euthanasia
- Replies: 60
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"Assisted suicide / euthanasia" is not suicide. It is someone killing someone else. "Prompted by whom, and by what motivation?" is surely an important question to assess the moral character of that act of killing. But there is no denying that it is ultimately an act of someone taking someone else's ...