Robert Edwards, Inventor of Test Tube Babies, Dies at 87

Nobel Prize winner Robert Edwards, inventor of the test tube baby, died Wednesday after battling a long illness. He and his late colleague, gynecologist Patrick Steptoe, angered many in the 1970s after critics pointed out many embryos, created in petri dishes but never transferred to the womb, were simply "washed down the sink."

A Culture That Cheats

As people are exposed to more dishonesty around them, and if it seems "everyone" is doing it, then cheating becomes even more pervasive and socially acceptable.