This is The Briefing, a daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.
Part I (00:13 – 13:46)
‘Blow on a Rat’s Whiskers and the Human Cells on the Opposite Side of its Brain Light Up.’: Stanford University Research Lab Successfully Injects Human Brain Cells into Rats’ Brains
- These Rats Have Human Cells in Their Brains. They May Help Scientists Understand Autism and Schizophrenia. by USA Today (Karen Weintraub)
Part II (13:46 – 18:18)
We Can Inject Human Brain Cells into the Brains of Rats, But Should We? — The Ethical and Theological Dilemmas of Injecting Human Cells Into Other Species
Part III (18:18 – 25:46)
In Red States, Islands of Blue are Growing Larger and Bluer: What the (Older) Californians Moving to Texas and (Younger) Texans to California Could Indicate About the Future of Our Society
- Are Californians Fleeing En Masse to Texas? The Reality is Complicated by LA Times (Richard Parker)
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