With the Genetic Crossing of Plants, Animals and Humans, do You See any Dangers Down the Road?
I think we have done ok for the last few billion years. I dont see any reason to worry about the future. Nature is nature. If we go extinct, we go extinct.
Kudzu nearly ruined the American South, and that was created in a lab through simple cross-breeding. Now we have Mad Scientists tinkering with genomes. It’s only a matter of time before they cause a disaster of global proportions.
There is always an unknown possibility down the road; does anyone want to dive in on the chance unknown?
The genetic alteration and modification of genes, DNA, RNA, crops, viruses and flesh may be seen in the scientific community as research, but when is this dangerous to the human population? Is the survival of HUMANS possible ? read more
by Castlepaloma 8 years ago
People of religion, have very little interest in our extinct animals history. A million species and 95% are extinct and religion mainly focuses on man's history.Why is that?
by lesliebyars 6 years ago
A sheep, horse, bull and many other mammals have been cloned.
by Steve 7 years ago
Scientists tell us that the great apes and humans share 97% of genetic material. Does that remaining 3% of genetic material explain human intelligence AND explain why humans are so violent?
by Debra Allen 4 years ago
Do you think humans will go extinct?Will all life also go extinct?
by xethonxq 7 years ago
How many species of animals, fish, plants (or anything else) do you think are still undiscovered?This world is so vast that I often wonder how many things are still left to be discovered. I really wonder if all the things that are now declared extinct are truly extinct. What are your thoughts?
by Catherine Tally 5 years ago
What do you think about resurrecting extinct species through DNA and genetic engineering?
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