Saturday, September 23, 2006

At the moment, too stupid to set up a DNS server.

  • Slashdot | Open-Source Prosthetics - It's good to see that people who have suffered a traumatic loss will have more options available to them. No part of anyone's body should belong to anyone else, including the intellectual property rights.


Blogger phay_lus said...

Watch as these get banned for "public-health" reasons.

Technically, parts of some peoples' bodies (although a tiny number) already belong to others. For example, if someone has a retroviral change intheir cells that was developed by Monsanto, that part of their cells belongs to Monsanto and it is illegal for them to replicate it.

4:50 PM, September 25, 2006  
Anonymous coriolinus said...

I like the idea, but I'm hoping never to need one.

Can I assume that you support voluntary euthanasia, if no part of somone's body should be owned by anyone else?

7:54 AM, September 26, 2006  
Blogger Phallus said...

>>>I like the idea, but I'm hoping never to need one.

[Insert Commander-Data-at-the-end-of-First-Contact joke here]

8:27 PM, October 02, 2006  
Blogger Explodicle said...

phay_lus: Unfortunately, you may be right about it getting banned... especially once there's big money in proprietary prosthetics.

coriolinus: Yes, I do support it.

11:32 PM, October 02, 2006  

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