[ExI] Is tobacco really harmful?
sockpuppet99 at hotmail.com
Mon Nov 23 17:16:12 UTC 2009
Spike, I sense a certain logical inconsistency in your reply; or at the
very least, a lack of trust in your friend's good sense. If Rob is right,
the plan that I suggest will do nothing to harm him, and the knowledge
gained from his experiment stands to benefit mankind. If he is wrong,
the experiment may indeed harm him, but the knowledge gained from his
experiment still stands to benefit mankind. No?
> From: spike66 at att.net
> To: extropy-chat at lists.extropy.org
> Date: Mon, 23 Nov 2009 08:38:16 -0800
> Subject: Re: [ExI] Is tobacco really harmful?
> > ...On Behalf Of Sockpuppet99 at hotmail.com
> > Subject: Re: [ExI] Is tobacco really harmful?
> > Rob:
> > Really, since you've cone up with this geoundbreaking theory,
> > the only responsible position to take is to bear it out by
> > smoking as much additive-free tobacco as possible and seeing
> > whether or not you get lung cancer. I anticipate that your
> > experiment will provide immeasurable benefits to mankind.
> > Tom D
> When someone makes a suggestion to which one agrees, the response is
> sometimes "I second the motion." There should be something that is the
> opposite of that, a response to a suggestion one opposes. Second, first...
> Tom, I zeroeth your motion. Rob is one of our good guys.
> > >
> > >> A vast body of medical statistics indicates that cigarette smoking
> > >> causes many diseases. But these data, almost entirely, pertain to
> > >> cigarettes with chemical ADDITIVES--of which there are many... Rob
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