I am extremely delighted to see that Prof. Edwards finally get this highest honer in science that he truly deserves. I thank Nobel Assembly for making a very correct selection and adhering to the original spirit of Nobel.\nAt the same time I wish to point out that the awarding of this Nobel Prize to a pioneer in IVF research is NOT a blessing to some current stem cell researches such as the iPS research. As I have stated repeatedly in the past three years, iPSCs are NOT induced pluripotent stem cells that are "indistinguishable" from embryonic stem cells (ESCs) and "safe" for regenerative medicine. This is because, based on MY DISCOVERY (performing a Google search for "Shi V. Liu and iPS" to find some of my publications in this area that are not found in the mainstream journals) , iPSCs are Incorrectly Programmed Stem Cells (still abbreviated as iPSCs) or, in other words, man-made Cancer Stem Cells (mmCSCs). For this and many other reasons I have written to Nobel Assembly three times in the past three years to make such a consistent plea: No Nobel Prize for iPS researchers.\nMy penetrating view on the true nature of iPSCs and iPS reprogramming is based on my pioneering discoveries on the true nature of bacterial/cell life made two decades ago but still intentionally neglected by the mainstream (performing a Google search for " Shi V. Liu and Cell life" to find my truly pioneering ground-breaking studies in this fundamental area of life science). However, I am confident that, within a few years, life science will end a dichotomy between (macro)biology and microbiology when the cell "division"-based mistaken view on cell life is replaced with cell reproduction-based correct view of cell life. By that time, the dogmatic view of "one mother cell divided into two daughter cells" will be thrown into a trash can. "Self-renewal" of stem cells will be recognized a total misunderstanding as one should see that the same stem cells remained after they give birth to one or more daughter cells that are similar or very much differentiated from them. At last, people would realize that, in this material world, there is no life that is intrinsically immortal because aging is a intrinsic property of all materials, organic or not.