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Cloning, Are We Outraged About It, or Only Squeamish?

As we all know, artwork often imitates life. Real and polarizing ethical issues are inserted into fiction. In that way, viewers can attain catharsis by going through the simulation of a worst-case scenario. Case in point, Jurassic Park, fictional theme park and insanity central in the wildly popular movie, Jurassic Park. Lately, however, John Hammond, fictional entrepreneur and inventor of the park, was more of an enfant terrible that a truly terrible man. His personality indicates that we, the viewers, are perhaps less morally outraged by the notion of cloning as we're emotionally ambivalent, that is uncertain whether to be excited, or just scared and repulsed.

Can We Really Need to Bring Back Extended Dead Species?

Granted, it is not a Tyrannosaurus Rex, but a 40,000 year old baby horse may be in the middle of a real live Jurassic Park scenario. The foal, which apparently died 30,000 to 40,000 years ago, was recently found by Paleontologists on a scientific expedition. The infant horse has been unearthed from the Batagaika crater, located in the Sakha Republic, in Russia, where it has theorized that the animal drowned. The almost uncanny good condition of the ancient foal is credited to the permafrost from the natural depression.

How Do We Really Feel About A World With Woolly Mammoths?

The baby horse is not the First ancient creature found from Siberia. A woolly mammoth was excavated in 2013. The Pure icebox states under which the two prehistoric mammals Were found make scientists excited about the possibility of regaining enough DNA To replicate a heretofore shark creature. Scientists from Russia and South Korea are working in tandem, Searching for that one viable cell with that they Hope to turn science fiction to reality. More on our site click here to find out more.



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Cloning, Are We Outraged About It, or Only Squeamish?

As we all know, artwork often imitates life.
Real and polarizing ethical issues are inserted into fiction. In that way, viewers can attain catharsis by going through the simulation of a worst-case scenario.

Case in point,

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