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A lot of people disagree with genetic engineering. What do people here think about it?

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I liked it when OMD sang it...

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I liked it when OMD sang it...

???

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Not really, morrisonsm.

It's playing with nature.

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Many things are playing with nature, such as, IVF treatment, abortion and cross breeding crops to obtain superior strains.

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What strain did you come from?

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If it is used for the right reasons, to help cure disease, fine. We all know that the unscrupulous are just waiting to use it for cloning perfect babies to order. AchTung!

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If it is used for the right reasons, to help cure disease, fine. We all know that the unscrupulous are just waiting to use it for cloning perfect babies to order. AchTung!

Cloning is not yet efficient enough to produce perfect babies to order. Animals which have been cloned have died from organ deficiencies.

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Hence the unscrupulous are just WAITING, until it is perfect. Allowing it to continue will ultimately arrive at this point!

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For certain non-league authorities have been both cloning and genetically engineering officials for years

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For certain non-league authorities have been both cloning and genetically engineering officials for years



And still haven't perfected them yet! <img src="/forum/images/graemlins/grin.gif" alt="" />

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For certain non-league authorities have been both cloning and genetically engineering officials for years


But they haven't worked out how to clone elbows, hence most officials having arses put in their place.

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Yes I do agree with it. Of course there is a code of ethics to abide by, but science marches on (sort of) and the benefits to medicine etc. are immeasurable.

Genetic engineering has around for about the last 8000 years or more anyway.

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Genetic engineering will eventually cure many diseases, so it is of great use.

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Dolly the Sheep, (first cloned animal), died very young with arthritis.

I have it on good authority, that the Welsh deny ALL responsibility !

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The cause of death for Dolly the sheep was abnormally large organs in relation to the rest of the body, which put a massive strain on the heart, ultimately leading to heart failure!

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