Not so, say scientists
Embryonic stem cell research is at a "dead end, with no one good example of a successful treatment."
Some say yes. Some say no
Says Anthropology is a STEM (science, technology, engineering, math) field.
Expert says exactly that — but he's in minority
"A Cornell University research study concludes that ethanol generates a 29 percent energy loss, meaning it takes more than a gallon of gasoline to produce a gallon of ethanol."
Just one of many conspiracy theories
Critics of water fluoridation
Say water fluoridation started in Nazi Germany ghettos and death camps to pacify the Jews.
Foreign researchers also chipped in
"Anywhere in the world, when someone uses a mobile phone, e-mail, the Internet or GPS, they are enjoying the benefits of the American miracle."
To infinity and beyond? Not anytime soon with this budget
"The president promised to close the space gap, but he now seems intent on repeating the events that created the space gap in the first place -- putting in place a new rocket design and then trying to underfund the effort..."
Both say cells from excess embryos should be used for research
"Bill McCollum holds the same position on (embryonic stem cell research) as Barack Obama."
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