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Armando Gomez-Farias M. Ramirez ENG 1301 2 Dec. 2009 Quiz Questions – 10 1.- Gould believes, “an AIDS vaccine will one day be produced,” but it might take “until the millennium” (Gould 762). Today, almost ten years after the millennium, an AIDS vaccine has not been created yet. Do you believe we will be able to produce it one day? Or will we always have to live with the fear of acquiring this disease? Why? 2.- Gould shares, “our moral stupidity caused us to lose precious time” (Gould 762). Do you believe we still lose time by concentrating in what groups of people are being targeted by the disease instead of just looking for a cure? Or do you believe looking what groups of people are being targeted help scientist to find the cure? Explain. 3.- Gould believes, “the inevitability of technological solutions—is wrong” (Gould 762).
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Unformatted text preview: Do you agree that there are some challenges in life that technology will never be able to solve? If yes, which ones? If no, explain why. 4.- Gould expresses that because of the lability of human sexuality, now AIDS has begun its march through our own heterosexual community (Gould 762). Do you believe AIDS has become a worldly concern just because now anyone can be a target, and if it would still be only a homosexual disease we would not be searching for a cure as intensively as we are now? Explain. Works Cited Gould, Stephen J. The Terrifying Normalcy of AIDS. The McGraw-Hill reader: issues across the disciplines. Ed. Gilbert Muller. New York: McGraw-Hill Higher Education, 2008. 760-3....
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