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Opponents have carefully explained why they oppose research using human embryos and support research that uses ethically unobjectionable sources, such as adult stem cells.
In 1984, the high court ruled that Universal Studios could not prevent Sony from introducing the Betamax VCR just because the machine could be used for pirating videos, noting that the "sale of copying equipment, like the sale of other articles of commerce, does not constitute contributory infringement if the product is widely used for legitimate, unobjectionable purposes, or, indeed, is merely capable of substantial noninfringing uses." In 1999, the RIAA sued Diamond Multimedia, maker of a portable MP3 player called the Rio, on the grounds that the device facilitates piracy.
The tribute to Robert Mitchum, for example, featured some of his unobjectionable movies from the '40s and '50s, but also included the obscenity-laced 1973 melodrama about the Boston underworld, "The Friends of Eddie Coyle." Although TCM played "Eddie Coyle" at midnight, the network ran the print that looped out the four-letter words, substituting euphemisms that did damage to the authenticity of Paul Monash's screenplay.
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For pro-lifers, who've argued ceaselessly that there are morally unobjectionable alternatives to lethally extracting stem cells from human embryos, one of Dr.
The specific policy changes he does recommend are unobjectionable: scrapping the "calories from fat" and "total fat" labeling requirements, revising official dietary recommendations, improving nutritional instruction in public schools.
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Finally, the longer we keep this beast at bay, the more time there will be for the public to absorb that there already exist ethically unobjectionable sources that may well pave the way to finding cures for major illnesses and diseases.
On the most basic level, Whitehead's plea that any discussion of divorce acknowledge the effect on children is unobjectionable and commonsensical, as is the implication that, in general, an intact, relatively happy family is preferable to a broken, relatively unhappy one.
Given the promise demonstrated by adult stem cell research, why isn't more attention paid to this unobjectionable alternative?
The European antitrust regulations regard purchasing cooperations up to a certain size as fundamentally unobjectionable. As a guideline serves a market share of 15 percent.
Although you would never know it by most press accounts, even while there is absolutely no track record of success using stem cells culled from human embryos, there is a lengthening history of extraordinary success using stem cells taken from ethically unobjectionable sources.