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    Re: Genetics and extinct animals

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    I'm 36. So I hope not to see the craziness of genetic use. Let's pray people have the sense to work things out before putting genetic power into use.
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    Re: Genetics and extinct animals

    Quote Originally Posted by anubisa View Post
    I'm 36. So I hope not to see the craziness of genetic use. Let's pray people have the sense to work things out before putting genetic power into use.
    It has become possible to do gene splicing at home. It will only become easier for the general population to do "home brew" gene mucking. It can't be controlled. This, in itself, is a major issue - the range of half-buttoxed schemes of the "general population" should not be underestimated.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anubisa View Post
    I'm 36. So I hope not to see the craziness of genetic use. Let's pray people have the sense to work things out before putting genetic power into use.
    It has become possible to do gene splicing at home. It will only become easier for the general population to do "home brew" gene mucking. It can't be controlled. This, in itself, is a major issue - the range of half-buttoxed schemes of the "general population" should not be underestimated.

    It's gonna be an interesting future...
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    I just sent some DNA samples to 23 and me. They are going to do some genetic tests to find out ancestry, health and much more. I'm pretty exited to find out my results. Right now they are isolating and purifying my DNA, from my saliva.

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    Re: Genetics and extinct animals

    For anyone who didn't read Jurassic Park, heres some points. Extinct animals will not be well adjusted to the current environment. For example, bacteria in digetive tracks of the extinct animal, would likely not be around anymore. Therefore there could be big piles of poo laying around and the animals would not be very healthy. The animals could become a vector for some strange virus that has long since out-evolved the extinct animal. also things like oxygen levels in the air could be a problem. So as much as I would like to see a woolly mammoth I think there would be a lot of suffering on the part of the new animals before a population could adjust to our world.

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    Re: Genetics and extinct animals

    Quote Originally Posted by Bartmanhomer View Post
    I always want to see a dodo in person myself. I always want to see a dinosaur and dinosaur are considered extinct animals as well. As a matter of fact I always wanted to have a pet dinosaur to take care of such a a raptor and T-Rex. I believe Corbin is an expert when it comes to science and extinct animals. He might know somebody about it. I'm calling you out Corbin.
    Might I suggest a game called Ark, then? You can tame both Raptors and T-Rexes, and MANY more. Plus, it's a survival game.
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