As Klinghoffer points out, the simple fact of the matter is that adult stem cells are proven to heal, while embryonic stem cells are not. Too bad the favored narrative bars this knowledge from the discussion.
“We have a choice. We can take our cue from Forrest, and a few of her compatriots higher up on the philosophical food chain, and continue to escalate and amplify our inflammatory rhetoric . . . Or we can be philosophers.”
If you were to read only one book explaining and defending natural law, I would recommend J. Budziszewski’s What We Can’t Not Know: A Guide.
The other night my oldest son and I watched the 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu, an early cinematographic take on the Dracula story that includes many haunting images.
The Turing test isn’t a test of a computer. Computers can’t take tests, because computers can’t think. The Turing test is a test of us. If a computer “passes” it, we fail it.