The Intruder Bulletins: The Dark Side of Technology [NOOK Book]

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The Intruder Bulletins is the book that started it all on the subject of human cloning, organ theft, pharmaceutical fascism, stem cell research, etc. This provocative volume covers every aspect of human culture touched by advanced technology. In the 21st century, commerce and science have merged into a single entity capable of curtailing rights and destroying lives. Human cloning, genetic discrimination and other technological debaucheries dare to shut the door on the dream of democracy. "The Intruder Bulletins" ...
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The Intruder Bulletins: The Dark Side of Technology

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The Intruder Bulletins is the book that started it all on the subject of human cloning, organ theft, pharmaceutical fascism, stem cell research, etc. This provocative volume covers every aspect of human culture touched by advanced technology. In the 21st century, commerce and science have merged into a single entity capable of curtailing rights and destroying lives. Human cloning, genetic discrimination and other technological debaucheries dare to shut the door on the dream of democracy. "The Intruder Bulletins" are not predictions. It's all happening now!--Paul Seward, Editor, "Science in the New Frontier" [Cover art Robert O'Neill]
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Paul Seward
In the 21st century, commerce and science have merged into a single entity capable of curtailing rights and destroying lives. Human cloning, genetic discrimination and other technological debaucheries dare to shut the door on the dream of democracy. The Intruder Bulletins are not predictions. It's all happening now!!!
Gene-Michael Higney
Rossi's personal touch endows the essays with a sense of his honest concern for our planet and its inhabitants; a concern rarely shared by the huge greedy conglomerates, which often come in for a much-deserved drubbing,...some of his opinions may shock readers, but the shocks are much needed and readers fond of opinions plainly spoken and heartfelt, will welcome them.
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940000084564
  • Publisher: Hard Shell Word Factory
  • Publication date: 6/1/2004
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • File size: 428 KB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2008

    The Future Is Now!

    His logic is inescapable. Reckless science will harm humanity more than godless government or mindless military. The building blocks of mankind should be safeguarded as jealousy as any atomic stockpile.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 10, 2005

    Exposing Technological Dangers and Ethical Misconduct

    Finally a book on bioethics for the layperson. The Intruder Bulletins resembles a consumer's guide to bad science and wise choices regarding technology. Before the cloning debates, living will fights and stem cell research funding arguments, Rossi's book lead the way on educating people about their rights, responsibilities and real-time issues none of us can avoid. The future is upon us and it's pretty darn scary.

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