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    Sure if you can encourage the scientists to successfully prove that the pros are better than the cons to bring back an extinct species

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    If you're a supporter of the advancement of science, it might be fruitful at this juncture to review a study called the Milgram Experiment.

    Plot spoiler--the vast majority of test subjects took the meter to 450 volts. While I very much appreciate most of the gains we've made as a species, we have to constantly apply rigous morality tests to genetic exploration like this. This is human life we are talking about and life is sacred.

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    the NASA space shuttle videos of the hundreds of moving lights
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    My thoughts on the firm getting a patent on the family's disease is a breach of trust. A doctor is supposed to protect his/her clients information. This firm was acting in a "doctor" role by getting the genome of the disease but instead obtained a patent without the patient's approval.

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    hey! are neanderthals the modern day humans?
    i thaught it was cromagnums.

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    I think we should bring back people from our ancient civilizations as well, like ancient greeks, illyrians, egyptians and early homo sapiens just to see if they looked any different before all the mixing. being able to see a living Neanderthal in my lifetime would be amazing though...

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