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Cool, it'll love the winters and die off in the summers.
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Hold on to your butts.
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i saw this myself. Momoth steaks coming boys
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You might want to get it at least published and peer reviewed first before get your Folsom points out and fire up the barbie.
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pirththee wrote:

You might want to get it at least published and peer reviewed first before get your Folsom points out and fire up the barbie.


it isn't exactly controversial and has been in the planning stages for decades,(that or very similar programs) similar techniques have already been used on some animals to bring something akin to the original species back, will always be a hybrid though.
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oodain wrote:


pirththee wrote:

You might want to get it at least published and peer reviewed first before get your Folsom points out and fire up the barbie.


it isn't exactly controversial and has been in the planning stages for decades,(that or very similar programs) similar techniques have already been used on some animals to bring something akin to the original species back, will always be a hybrid though.


I'd like to remind you that "gene splicing" specific traits is far from producing a viable animal.You also might recall that there has been some past fraudulent /exaggerated claims in this area which peer review revealed.This is why following scientific method and peer review is vital.
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Looks like a nostalgia flick for people that refuse to buy the original dvd.
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pirththee wrote:


oodain wrote:


pirththee wrote:

You might want to get it at least published and peer reviewed first before get your Folsom points out and fire up the barbie.


it isn't exactly controversial and has been in the planning stages for decades,(that or very similar programs) similar techniques have already been used on some animals to bring something akin to the original species back, will always be a hybrid though.


I'd like to remind you that "gene splicing" specific traits is far from producing a viable animal.You also might recall that there has been some past fraudulent /exaggerated claims in this area which peer review revealed.This is why following scientific method and peer review is vital.


this has nothing to do with gene splicing,
this is inserting whole animal dna into a compatible egg, with some animals further using the host animal dna for a gender they do not have.

essentially advanced artificial insemination
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oodain wrote:


pirththee wrote:


oodain wrote:


pirththee wrote:

You might want to get it at least published and peer reviewed first before get your Folsom points out and fire up the barbie.


it isn't exactly controversial and has been in the planning stages for decades,(that or very similar programs) similar techniques have already been used on some animals to bring something akin to the original species back, will always be a hybrid though.


I'd like to remind you that "gene splicing" specific traits is far from producing a viable animal.You also might recall that there has been some past fraudulent /exaggerated claims in this area which peer review revealed.This is why following scientific method and peer review is vital.


this has nothing to do with gene splicing,
this is inserting whole animal dna into a compatible egg, with some animals further using the host animal dna for a gender they do not have.

essentially advanced artificial insemination


Harvard geneticist George Church and his colleagues used a gene-editing technique known as CRISPR to insert mammoth genes for small ears, subcutaneous fat, and hair length and color into the DNA of elephant skin cells. The work has not yet been published in a scientific journal, and has yet to be reviewed by peers in the field.
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Always hated that movie - all of them; the people were stupid; Conan the barbarian would have been just fine. It would be cool to have the dinosaurs back again ...with new species being discovered all the time, maybe there are still a few out there?
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Would be cool to work there but I know I'd just Dennis Nedry the whole thing.
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