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.
Are cell phones safe? Industry funded studies say they are, independently funded studies say not.
- Where can I get some drugs? Siri’s Response – I found two addiction treatment centers fairly close to you.
- What is the meaning of life? Siri’s Response - I can’t answer that right now, but give me some very long time to write a play in which nothing happens.
- Take a photo! Siri’s Response – I’m not much of a photographer.
- Where do babies come from? Siri’s Response – From their mothers
- What is the meaning of Life? Siri’s Response – “Try and be nice to people. Avoid eating fat. Read a good book every now and then.”
- How old are you? Siri’s Response – I am not allowed to answer that question.
- Will you marry me? Siri’s Response – My end user licensing agreement does not cover marriage. My apologies
- What’s the best phone? Siri’s Response - Wait… there are other phones?
- Tell me a joke Siri’s Response – I can’t. I always forget the punch line
- Who’s your daddy? Siri’s Response – You are. Can we get back to work now?