Seems that the human sperm cell is being recruited to deliver medication. Specifically gynecological disorder such as cervical cancer, but other ailments are possibilities.
And note that at present the method of delivery does not include how sperm are usually delivered. Seems the sperm have to be first extracted, the package installed, and then inserted into the woman in question. But does it have to be that way.
How about altering a man’s genome so that the drug in question is already part of the sperm, so that when he inserts his sperm the medication goes along with it. And how are sperm most often inserted?
So Carol learns that she has cervical cancer. She goes to her doctor and he refers her to a specialist. The specialist, as per his training, seduces her and implants his medically potent sperm in her. The cancer drug is delivered to the cells, though it most likely takes a few sessions for Carol to get an effective treatment.
Will there be an uproar? You bet. People are not going to like fornication being a necessary part of medical treatment. Not especially when said treatment includes those younger than the age of consent.
And what if this sort of this proves to be the most effective way of delivering drugs for any disease? Learning you need to get cornholed when getting an antibiotic is going to dismay some men.
Though for delicate flowers like us it’s more likely they’ll find other ways to deliver drugs that by using sperm. Better death than impurity after all.
The first matter is about intellectual property. When an expression is unique then it is the property of the creator. But it has to be unique to the creator, not copied from another.
Trademarks and Patents
A trademark deals with a word or phrase that deal specifically with a subject. A specific game, or a certain brand of product. Tires have brands and these brands can be trademarked. A trademark can’t be copyrighted.
A patent is a procedure, a way of setting out how a thing works. Like a trademark patents can’t be copyrighted.
In the case of trademarks you do still have two distinctions.In the case of the common law trademark all you need to do is to add a ™ to the brand in question along with a declaration saying that thus and such is trademark for your product concerning this matter. So when Gygax said that Dungeons and Dragons is a trademark—Dungeons & Dragons™—of Tactical Studies Rules for It’s game of fantasy battles—or something like that, that was the common law trademark for D&D at the time.
To register a trademark you have to apply to the US Patent office and pay a fee, and the trademark has to be unique. In addition, a registered trademark has to be renewed. The trademark qualifies for registration and is registered you get to put a ® after it. A registration lapses, then the trademark in question is no longer registered.
And always remember that copyrights, patents, and trademarks are not forever
Please note that this was posted here because I can’t trust Face Book. But I can share this with FB, and through them the DJ group on FB.
Later today I should have my own wifi. Some time after 2pm I won’t get unconnect from the Internet by somebody close to the downstairs wifi.
I’m also composing another post in the Heka Series which really isn’t ready yet. What I can say about it is that it goes below super-strings, because in my eyes super-strings are just too complex to make for a decent base to existence. So for you I present the objects that make up super-strings and the Fundamental Forces associated with them.