Stem Cell Battles -- in Times Square?
Huffington Post - about 2 years
One sunny afternoon in 1963, two very young soldiers were standing on the observation deck of the Empire State Building, 86 floors up, looking out over the greatest city in the world. Paris may be lovelier, Los Angeles more packed with movie stars, and San Francisco has our Golden Gate; but New York City is where everything comes together, the city of nations, meeting place of Earth. And at the pulsing heart of it, the most visited destination in the world -- Times Square. At one end of the famous square, on 7th Avenue, across from the Hard Rock Café, is a giant electronic billboard -- the famous Reuters building sign, 22 stories tall, 7,000 square feet of breaking news, like the pulse of the planet. Remember that billboard. But first, back to the Empire State Building. Behind us was a security guard, leaning back in his chair, beside a door leading down into darkness. Yes, that was the indoor fire escape, he said, and no, we could not walk down it. But we were ...
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