Science and Ethics

This page lists all articles published in Facts are Facts concerning the topic Science and Ethics.

Organ Trade: I Buy Kidneys, Pay Cash!

In days gone by, underdeveloped countries provided us with grain, rice, and raw materials. Nowadays, their inhabitants sell us their kidneys, livers, and corneas to escape poverty for a couple of weeks. Read more...

Organ Donation - Modern Cannibalism?

“There’s no such thing as brain death; it’s an invention of transplant medicine.” Professor Franco Rest “If we told the public the truth about organ donation, we would no longer get any organs.” Rudolf Pichlmayr, Professor of Transplant Medicine Read more...

Patents: Taking Control of Life Itself

Genes, plants, animals, even human sperm and eggs - patenting life is big business. Nothing and nobody is to be spared and only grassroots resistance can stop this shocking legalised practice. Read more...

Electric cars: The Car That Was Too Good To Survive

In 1995, an electric car came onto the market in the USA that could have revolutionised the automobile industry. Unfortunately, it was too good to survive! Just imagine what the world would be like today if nearly all our comfortable cars ran on quiet, clean and much more efficient electric motors! Read more...

The Message of Water

Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto has succeeded in making the quality of water visible: he freezes it and then photographs the water crystals. His discoveries should set us thinking: water reacts immediately and sensitively to every message that it receives-manifesting ugliness or heavenly beauty depending on what man impresses upon it. Article excerpt not available online