posted on Feb, 7 2020 @ 04:43 PM
We already have a hard enough time keeping animal species alive that are here right now, much less ones that no longer have a natural habitat to live
in. If we're going to experiment with cloning dead things, how about cloning famous people? I saw that they found Greek philosopher / historian
Pliny the Elder's skull the other day. We could likely get some viable DNA from Issac Newton's teeth. Leonardo da Vinci?
I read that nearly 0.05 percent of the world's population is related to Genghis Khan because he had so many offspring. If we can't find his tomb, we
could possible retro-clone him from the fragments in everyone's genes.
Don't need no dinosaurs, as much as little kids think they're cool.