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Texas 14-year-old wins $25,000 for developing potential COVID-19 treatment

Discussion in 'BBS Hangout: Debate & Discussion' started by tinman, Oct 16, 2020.

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Young People in Texas are better

  1. than young spoiled brats in California

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  2. than young communists in Oregon

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  3. than young anarchists in Washington

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  4. than young laker fans in China

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  1. tinman

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    Science and Technology always saves the world

    Praise Sol
    and elon
     
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    Bleach chasers and UV Lamps?

    That's something a 14 yr old would think of amirite?
     
  4. tinman

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    She used technology!!!
    All those Art History and Liberal Arts majors will be her Uber drivers in the future

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    https://www.tmz.com/2020/10/16/texas-teen-wins-prize-developing-potential-covid-19-treatment/


    This part will blow your mind, unless you're a scientist -- Anika says she started with a database of over 682 million compounds and used a few computer programs to figure out how and where the molecule would bind to the virus.

    We'll take her word for it.
     
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    Only $25k? she got screwed, a COVID vaccine is worth billions, lots of billions.
     
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    What do you expect?
    It was Tilman
     
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    Or her boss.
     
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    only if she works at Starbucks or Forever 21
     
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    while her dumb classmates are doing benadryl challenges on TikTok
    she's using her brain and technology to save the world

    she's going down that Elon path to billionaire genius
     
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    she's going to put that money in TESLA stock and watch it go up 1000%
    cause she's obviously smart
     
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    To be real, at 14 I would've set up some dumb Trump mythbusters diorama for my science project. Not sure how I got my Science degree that I don't use.

    Lazy af.
     
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    dude i made a volcano with baking soda and vinegar
     
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    Amazing.

    Not really a D&D topic, but since it’s here, easy money says her parents are Republicans.
     
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    I think her parents are big Elizabeth Warren supporters who want to destroy companies who make her computer program snd laptop
     
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    Why would anyone who wanted to do that support Warren?
     
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    Dr. Johnny Bananas does.
     
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    Cure
    25k to the one curing covid, 25T to the drug company. Burn Elon! Eat the rich! Lulz.
     
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    Hey now: the Constitution and all of our laws are made of English language, not physics, chemistry, biology, etc.

    Murder and rape are not concepts in physics, chemistry, biology, etc.

    If you like the Constitution and laws against murder, rape, torture, say "thank you" to the experts of English language, not any scientist.
     
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    I realize that this 14 year is smarter than all of you
    Cause you failed science
     

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