Graphene was first characterized in 2004 when two researchers took graphite and exfoliated individual sheets of graphene using scotch tape.
Now, the political alarm is over “planetary health,” which covers a lot of, er, ground.
“Helping people with autism and intellectual disabilities to die is essentially eugenics.”
Biotechnology is advancing faster than our ethical considerations, including synthetic human embryos, genetic engineering, and fetal farming.
When radical policies are proposed, the first step is to change the lexicon to make it seem less extreme, even mundane.