Scientists trying to clone, resurrect extinct mammoth

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    There are ways to genetically engineer anything, but just so you guys know.. this article present this research as if they are going to extract the dna and insert it into one egg.. that's bs.. that's what they are telling the public. People don't want to know the truth.

    They are going to extract the DNA then they are going to replicate it using PCR, then they are going to put it in hundreds of eggs, most will die, but hopefully a few embryos will be implantable. Then they will show the one to the public that doesn't have any deformities. Cloning isn't an exact science yet.

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    They definitely will not show any deformed clones. Then people might protest against any kind cloning.

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    I'm studying biomedical materials engineering, and I have taken some upper level biology classes where we genetically modified some cells.. and I wasn't so sure how I felt about it. And cloning is on a whole other level, because when things go wrong, you see it.

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    I love science, but something just doesn't seem right about cloning animals. Maybe plants, or fish for food....

    I still will make an exception for this mammoth.. but no dinosaurs please.

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    I would like to see them clone two, one male and on female, and maybe they can start up a population.

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    You really want them to bring mammoths back like that? Like have a legit population of them.. I suppose that would be alright. Probably scare the sh** out of other animals. Lol

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    Or do you think they would make friends?

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    Sy-Fy, here we come...
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    I think this is an awesome use for our newly found DNA capabilities

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    Bring back Einstein, then I'm down.

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