Tag: Genetics

Irish Birth Rate Falls 24% in 5 Years

“In our time all Greece was visited by a dearth of children and generally a decay of population, owing to which the cities were denuded of inhabitants, and a failure of productiveness resulted, though there were no long-continued wars or...

/ 02/09/2020

James Watson: A Modern Day Galileo?

On January 11th 2019, Nobel laureate and discoverer of the double-helix DNA structure James Watson was stripped of all his academic titles. This reprisal was undertaken by his former colleagues at Cold Spring Harbour Laboratory and came as a reaction...

/ 18/01/2019

Human-Animal Hybrids and The Value of Conservative Caution

“Repugnance is not an argument. In crucial cases, however, repugnance is the emotional expression of deep wisdom, beyond reason’s power to fully articulate it. Shallow are the souls that have forgotten how to shudder.” -Dr Leon Kass. Former Chairman of...

/ 15/10/2017