Last edited by KimPossible; 08-01-2013 at 01:32 PM.
Or rabbits in Australia. Or Nile perch in lake Victoria? We are dealing with the stinkbug infestation here on the east coast presently. Or hundreds of other examples?
Or did you see Jurassic Park?
Sorry I just seriously doubt that even if they did manage to clone one that there would ever be enough of them that they would exist anywhere besides a zoo, and even then it would be questionable whether at that point they would be able to create one that could reproduce since they would only be able to clone a female. They might possibly be able to cross it with an elephant but then it might be like a mule that isn't able to reproduce. It wouldn't ever be anything more than a novelty.
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Anyone remember the movie The Boys From Brazil where they cloned Hitler?
That would be worse than the mammoth.
But I still don't think the mammoth is a good idea.
(I'm so annoying.)
Such a strange argument, to me. No care for possible ramifications? No ethical or religious objection to bringing back something that presumably god or evolution saw fit to do away with? Interesting.
I actually think this is a better idea than the mammoth. Wouldn't it be an awesome nature vs nurture experiment? Start him as an embryo and then control the environment he is raised in. You could clone him more than once and then raise him in different environments.....kind of like the Truman show, but with lots of different bubbles. Totally unethical, but I would watch.
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Guys, just go watch the movie!!!!!!!!! They already did that!!!!