cells, half of those which carry electricity, and the electricity is changing every millisecond. . And that's consistent with this nation, who we are - a nation born from an idea that became the worlds laboratory. . That's as true today as it's ever been. .
People come from incredibly different perspectives now. . The more we empower them, the more we bring them in and include them, I have no doubt that we're going to be able to make enormous strides. . Dzirasa: Im honored that you chose to sit can the Problem of Evil Be Solved ? on this panel, because I think health is the real truth-teller and the real equalizer. . THE president: No, absolutely. . So there are going to be some inherent balances that have to be taken, and there are equities that are complicated in government. . It's not just that that position leads to that policy; it's also that it undermines the very thing that has always made America the engine for innovation around the world. . I actually think debate is very healthy for science. . And so part of the reason why weve been emphasizing stem education is not because we dont value the humanities - and I was a political science and English major, and I probably learned more reading novels than textbooks - but what it does. Its a willingness to acknowledge good arguments and recognize ones that are bad and that havent tested out. Only with science do we have the chance to cure cancer, or Parkinsons, or other diseases that steal our loved ones from us way too soon. . And that provided enormous good.