Mammoth Clones at the Zoo?

Discussion in 'News / Current Events' started by Aaron, Sep 3, 2013.

  1. Aaron

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    Sep 4, 2000
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    "Fat chance."

    They are going to have to do significant engineering of the DNA just to make a ‘mammophant’ hybrid. The re-creation of a full-fledged furry giant is another matter altogether. Remember, Darwinists consistently downplay the complexity of the cell. They also consistently play up their results. So, when and if they engineer a hairy elephant (using what they learn about what causes hairiness in mammoths), they will be trumpeting how their understanding of evolution led to the re-creation of the woolly mammoth. Yet, none of their ‘resurrection-by-cloning’ predictions will come true, and similar such cloning claims in the future will be mostly inaccurate.

    However, an engineered hairy elephant is certainly possible—and I may be the first person in line to see it on opening day at the zoo.

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