KyleGG26 karma2013-06-20 16:54:52 UTC
ChemE is closer to 50/50, though the rest of engg is a sea of dicks.
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KyleGG21 karma2013-07-27 06:12:43 UTC
No, they would not. There are hundreds of thousands of people who are in dire enough situations that selling some organs would be a good option. Not only that, but it leaves the entire system open for exploitation. You will find that people will be blackmailed (think mafia loans) to sell their organs to repay debts, sell organs to acquire drugs etc. It's a shit idea.
I realize that you are biased seeing how you could benefit from a system like this, however, from an onlookers perspective there is good reasons why a system such as you are proposing has not been implemented.
KyleGG17 karma2013-05-11 09:24:29 UTC
So do you consider yourself at all a government experiment?
It's pretty amazing that it's all been funded. You are one of the pioneers of the next generation of medical care.
KyleGG14 karma2013-07-27 04:09:15 UTC
I dont, then we would be pressuring the poor to give up their organs for the benefit of the rich. You would see legalized abuse of the system.
KyleGG7 karma2012-07-15 20:11:53 UTC
This! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M6vpFV6Wkl4 .
It's important for leaders in society to adopt radical social practices to curb the obesity epidemic in America. A strong stance must be taken against the corporate subsidized food research being done in the states which created the market for the high-carb food industry so prominent in North America. It's fraudulent, and it's killing people.
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