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Comments on Hey Epsilons! Brave New World Getting Closer
Researchers have found they can make monkeys work their hardest and fastest all the time by manipulating a specific gene so they forgot about rewards. No complaints or slacking off. You have that gene, too. (Read the complete story)

"For christs sake, what are we doing? It's cool to learn all this stuff, but soo dangerous. Anybody heard the news that they found significant concentrations of ProzaC in the British drinking water.. Imagine they put the D2-gen-blokker in the water.. I fear for myself, my children and individuality. Peace"
( 10/27/2004 3:23:08 AM)
"Communists rejoyce?"
(Lewis Salem 11/8/2004 10:48:50 AM)
"It's incredibly sick that scientists would count this an improvement upon humanity."
(L.E. Ocean 6/22/2006 2:58:06 PM)
"This is a sick experiment. Its interesting but the implementation would be horrific. "
( 5/6/2010 5:12:26 PM)

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