Scientists trying to clone, resurrect extinct mammoth

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    My husband said he wants some mammoth burgers... suppose you could make mammoth tacos too!!
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    How can anything that homo sapiens makes be unnatural?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bellator7 View Post
    How can anything that homo sapiens makes be unnatural?

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    That's an interesting way of thinking about it.... but the term "natural" really doesn't have a distinctive definition; essentially it means "to exist in nature". Since existence is purely defined as something being their or not... then one can rightfully argue that plastic is natural, since it now exists in nature. But on the other hand plastic is brought into existense by a synthetic process. So is producing a clone of an exstinct species in vitro and bringing it into existence natural? I would say its about as natural as plastic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WugFresh View Post
    That's an interesting way of thinking about it...{{ WugFresh }}
    Excellent analysis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by furbearingmammal View Post
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