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* Is a human rights violation being gross a reason for the right not to be protected?
 
* Is a human rights violation being gross a reason for the right not to be protected?
 
* What has priority: legal laws or humor and shame?
 
* What has priority: legal laws or humor and shame?
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* Will the legal obligation to answer a legal query be accomplished if the query is completely legally correct but humorous due to the nature of described events.
  
 
The experiment started as described in [https://portonmath.wordpress.com/2019/06/20/a-disabled-mathematician-was-discriminated/ this blog post].
 
The experiment started as described in [https://portonmath.wordpress.com/2019/06/20/a-disabled-mathematician-was-discriminated/ this blog post].
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Latest revision as of 19:04, 23 June 2019

Victor Porton conducts an experiment to check if:

  • Can human rights be accomplished in the modern world?
  • Are geniuses deprived in rights compared to common people?
  • Can rights of a person with opinions contrary to the society be accomplished?
  • Is importance of a lawsuit a factor for it not to be decided?
  • Is a human rights violation being gross a reason for the right not to be protected?
  • What has priority: legal laws or humor and shame?
  • Will the legal obligation to answer a legal query be accomplished if the query is completely legally correct but humorous due to the nature of described events.

The experiment started as described in this blog post.