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#154 - Rascal (06/23/2015) [-]
and jesus christ these other people are way too extreme. There's way more to look at than IQ and shit, like genetic predispositions to diseases
And killing like that would only make people resist it and rebel
#152 - Rascal (06/23/2015) [-]
To avoid reducing gene diversity too much, occasionally have a desirable breed with an undesirable, then the offspring with other desirables.
Would definitely need a unified Earth for it, I think. Look into ways to preserve diverse cultures and appearances, too.
Just the general idea
#170 - solinvictus (06/23/2015) [-]
You'd have to break down every aspect of someone's dna to determine if they are a truly desirable and genetically perfect human being, which is no easy feat. Even then, there may be dormant genes that could randomly assert themselves in any given offspring down the line. Instead of selective breeding we should be seeking ways to fix the genes of people who are suffering from some disorder. For instance, find the gene that predisposes someone to a certain disease, such as cancer, and find a way to repair it. I'm certainly no geneticist but I've been reading about advances being made over the last several years in this field and I believe that altering genes is a much more humane and realistic way to go about it.
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|#167 - No one gets jailed for saying something racist or otherwise un…||05/25/2015 on The racist might be fired||0|
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#165 - Rascal (05/25/2015) [-]
No, of course not.
Unless you piss of someone in power, or even easier - the government just invoke the patriot act. Your so called free speech is merely an illusion, you have no real freedom, only what the politicians and big corporations (the 1%) want you to have.
It's not just the US though, so that's maybe a comfort.
#167 - solinvictus (05/25/2015) [-]
No one gets jailed for saying something racist or otherwise unsavory. If that were the case WBC and the Blackpanthers would all be serving time right now. Most attacks against free speech come from private institutions where people try to destroy other people's lively hoods, such as getting them fired from their jobs and what not. The patriot act is only going to be involved if you actually make a threat against someone's life. Don't get me wrong, I'm not defending it and I would like to see the act brought down as well. But the fact that you "99%er" faggots can squat in public spaces and harass businesses is proof that free speech is still alive in the US.
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