read the artical the do the following
1. Each side will make an opening statement defining their position. Why should controversial and potentially dangerous research be published? Or why should it not? This statement should not be longer than 2 minutes. This is likely the only real preparation you will need to do in consultation with your teammates. If you can’t achieve consensus with your team, you may split off into two sides and each side will present their POV. There should be notable differences between positions for a split to be made.
2. Each side will ask the other team up to two questions, depending on the amount of discussion generated. You will be given up to four minutes to craft your response. The opposing team should use this time to begin formulating their response. After the first team makes their response, the opposing team may take up to three minutes to finalize their response. The first team may make a rebuttal to this, but they will be given only one minute to confer among the team. Responses may be no more then five minutes, but it is acceptable for them to be shorter.
3. If I think there are issues that haven’t been covered, I will begin asking each side questions. Rules for responses and rebuttals described above apply.
4. Final statements. Each team will be given five minutes to prepare a statement that restates their own position and summarizes rebuttals to the other team’s best points.
I already said yes it should be publish this paper
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