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At 8:05 PM -0800 1/12/98, Brian B. Riley wrote:
>On 1/12/98 3:32 PM, Tim May ([email protected]) passed this wisdom:
>>Any implications for crypto? If Congress can successfully make
>>certain types of science illegal, felonizing the search for truth,
>>why not a ban on certain types of mathematics research?
> I think many of us are understandably nervous about the mistakes that
>could be made in the process of perfecting human cloning. But Tim's
>point is well taken, yet another potential 'slippery slope.'
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