Friday, November 30, 2018

Kansas City Scientist Considers Playing God

Actually, a very well-reasoned local perspective on the implications of scientific advancement. Take a look:

KC bioethicist: Human gene editing has potential for good, but proceed with caution

The case involving a Chinese scientist who announced he edited genetic material in twin baby girls is stirring up concern among the scientific community in Kansas City. The work could backfire, said Terry Rosell of the Kansas City-based Center for Practical Bioethics.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

I'd rather they edit my jeans so I can fit my lard ass into them.

Anonymous said...

^^^^^^^^^^^ Lulz.

Anonymous said...

Edit out the murder gene.

Anonymous said...

^^Edit out the crybaby geezer gene. Then you'll have something!

Anonymous said...

^^ Edit out the snowflake gene and take away the tear ducts while you're at it.

Anonymous said...

Yes! That's it! Snowflakes hate you and want you dead! Keep up the good work! They are coming for your stuff! Fight them where you stand! YOU are the big American, they are tiny baby-men. There is no collusion too.

Anonymous said...

judging by the outcry against it within the scientific community this was clearly not justifiable.

Anonymous said...

The Center For Practical Bioethics was established by PROFESSOR HANSS UFFLEMAN, a U.M.K.C. Philosophy Professor...he had an interesting past growing up in NAZI GERMANY has a member of the HITLER YOUTH. Perhaps he learned too well. The U.M.K.C. Philosophy department won't deny it.

Anonymous said...

The US had Japanese-American soldiers guard NAzi POWs in the SOuth on peanut farms and such. THe japanese-americans had no bullets actually in their rifles.