On BioScience and Life and Such

Quote of the month March 09

In Uncategorized on March 8, 2009 at 10:05 am

Gioachino Antonio Rossini (1792-1868), composer
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Gioachino Antonio Rossini, the famous opera-composer who created The Barber of Seville (the most famous of  his 39 operas):

How wonderful opera would be if there were no singers.

And I add: Politics without politicians, news without journalists, stock-exchange without brokers………

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  1. In my opinion, we have to pay attention when we speak about a category, e.g. politics, as all member would be efficient, i.e., really clever politicians. First of all, the category of politicians isn’t a politician, and category of physicians isn’t a doctor.
    As a conseguence, as I have recently wrote on http://www.nature.com at URL http://blogs.nature.com/nm/spoonful/2009/03/ready_set_pipette.html#comments ,once again, I invite every man of good will, to reflect upon the central problem, in spite of all others, different in nature, regarding stem cells study and utilization: Quantum-Biophysical-Semeiotic Constitutions of the donors! Do you know that in Literature there are a lot of cases of osteoporosis and cancer in individuals treated with stem cells, overlooking perfectly these constitutions, i.e., donors mit-DNA and not only n-DNA? Read my critical comments at URLs: http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/comments/display?contentID=AR2007041101736&start=41
    In my opinion, Obama’s recent decision on stem cells study and utilization represents a paradigmatic example of “politics without politicians”. In fact, my OLD, unhearded j’accuse against today’s a-scientific use of stem cells, I consider AS a CRIME, directed through an Open Letter also to former Italian Minister Fabio Mussi (Ask http://www.google.com), aims to highlight the dangerous, present use of stem cells, which can bring about serious, severe, deadly complications, as a large Literature already demonstrates.
    Politics without Politicians, Medicine whitout Physicians, end in Middle Ages of today’s Medicine.

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