Re: Copyright and some of the messages on theos-talk
Apr 18, 2010 09:58 PM
The skuttlebutt: the world stands on the brink of a major scientific discovery, a discovery that will, like many typically do, increase our awareness of ourselves, a/b in all probability have some far reaching effects, perhaps, especially in the general areas of health and longevity. The problem is that this little advancement is or has been deemed blasphemy/threatening, banned near as I can tell for sociological, political, industry and religious reasons, and they just won't budge.
'The potato yer not allowed to grow/have or there'll be hell to pay.'
I'd thought reaching out across those boundaries might help pave the way via understanding to relieve such worries and tensions, but thus far the sides are still drawn; myself I just don't see it as a conflict, it's just a little science, but that evidently doesn't change anyone's mind.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "ramadoss226" <mkr777@...> wrote:
> All we can do is try to do the best we can. So long as the motivation is good, at least we will have a clear conscience. Also if one is prepared to admit errors when pointed out, life makes it easy. It takes a lot of courage to admit one's errors in public.
> --- In email@example.com, "esapress@" <esapress@> wrote:
> > And this is where (or one of the places where) the true brilliance of journalism (and the hard work and research of writers and reporters, so on) comes into view.
> > It isn't an easy task by any means however when/if stories need to be researched, told, or understood, there is a particular investigation/assessment and research/reporting method that typically ensues; and, yes, there are abiding laws regarding the reporting or publishing too.
> > It may seem frustrating or limiting however tried and true methods remain successful industry standards for very good reasons.
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