- Fix it, do not nix it.
- Correct it, do not reject it.
- Debug it, do not unplug it.
- Improve it, do not remove it.
- Repair it, do not forswear it.
- Exempt it, do not preempt it.
- Review it, do not eschew it.
- Sustain it, do not contain it.
- Befriend it, do not upend it.
- Guide it, do not hide it.
- Expand it, do not remand it.
- Prefer it, do not defer it.
- Greet it, do not defeat it.
- Behold it, do not unfold it.
- Produce it, do not reduce it.
- All of the above and more :-)
When will governments anti-pollution policies succeed in reducing greehouse gasses to pre industrial levels?
Should the scientists who altered a deadly flu virus to make it more contagious be allowed to continue and publish their work?
- Yes, it's the best way for responsible scientists to develop defenses against possible pandemics.
- No, it's much to dangerous if information about how to mutate deadly viruses gets into the public domain.
- It doesn't matter what they do, this line of research will be developed by someone else inevitably.
- I don't know what the best course of action is.
Should doctors be prohibited from accepting "speaking" fees on behalf of drug companies?