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Posted on 01-02-12 01:43 AM mr.pace is Offline     Post: 86 words - Spell checked - (ID: 522250) - Post Rating: 0 - Report Abuse | Link
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According recent theorist, scientist have discovered to literally make Jurassic Park happen.  According to the studies that I've accumulated, scientist using/can use the DNA within bone marrow to create there on version of a dinosaur by manipulating the birth of unborn birds (most recent emu ).   Now  sure this could be a break through in technology and gene splicing and already has as the unfertilized emu did grow a extra backbone disk.   What do you think good or bad?



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Emu isn't spelled incorrectly... But a lot of other words are.

Now, genetic modification isn't a new thing, not at all. You've probably heard it be used in foods, among other things. In this case, I think they're using the DNA as a guide for their genetic modification, though they are far far from recreating dinosaurs. You said that the change was made in an unfertilized emu egg, which isn't close to what an adult emu would turn out to be.

A "breakthrough" like this sounds like it's more theoretical evidence if anything. I doubt it's something that will be practically done in the future. I will give credit that it could be used for something like future studies, not making dinosaurs.

I could be totally off base about this. But I don't think that scientists are any closer to Jurassic Park today than when the movie was made.
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I am inclined to agree with Someone on this, Jurassic Park is a long way off from the discoveries you described, and even then they would most likely never do it because the planet as is could not support dinosaurs returning.

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I'm gonna agree with someone and elara the chances of it actually happening are quiet low, it would be amazing to see the plant eaters alive again tho..if anything.



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Eh, this is probably a bad idea, I mean as it might be a breakthrough in scientific technology, it wouldn't necessarily be good for the rest of the world.


I don't think that scientists are quiet to the point where they are able to recreate dinosaurs just yet.

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Im not sure what you were reading but i doubt it, dinosaur remains have no intact dna,if you were lucky you could compare same species but there would be no guarantee of success, it would take thousands of dinosaurs and almost certainly be inccorrect.
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Dinosaurs would kill mankind by eating us, spitting, stomping, and probably more. So no

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Well we all know we're about another thousand years or so before we can recreate a being that nature chose (God for me) to be extinct given that we have that allotted amount of time.  I want to look not as to embrace it's temporary impossibility, but more rather as a means of study as for natural habitats, predatory habits, etc.  Also as a means of likeliness that it would be good or bad for the human race.   Look at it at the most scientific perspective possible without crossing and boundaries.
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