"While some religious groups see an embryo as a human life, looked at in a cold, rational light they are no more than tiny balls of cells. They can, of course, become a human under the right circumstances, but so can eggs and sperm, and with the advent of cloning so too can skin cells. These cells cannot all merit human status" - New Scientist, Editorial, 20 August.
And a challenge on futures:
"...people look at only three or four variables before making a decision. Bots can study hundreds, and refer back to a wealth of historical information on trading trends." (Money Making Machines).