As I’m writing this I’ve been reacquainting myself with physicist Marcelo Gleiser, who just won the year’s prestigious, $1.5 million Templeton Prize.
Think of it: Wealthy parents are bribing their kids’ way into universities where the ultimate mystery of existence doesn’t even get a hearing.
The brains of two babies who were germ-line gene edited using the CRISPR process — meaning the engineered genetic changes will flow down the generations.
Is this kind of thing right or wrong? Some may see it as empowering, dying “his own way,” as the media continually put it.
Strike back at speech suppression. This is the science your professors would fear to teach about objectively.