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Originally posted by redmage
Such beings would be locked up in some cage enduring 24 hr medical, and psychological evaluations. It just doesn't feel ethically correct to do that to a conscious sentient being.
Originally posted by oLDWoRLDDiSoRDeR
I say if it can communicate . In a way more advanced than the animal it was hybridized with . Then it falls under the "more human" category..
Originally posted by jpm1602
Moooo..err umm.. cough.
Originally posted by misswanderer31
What do you think?
Originally posted by Pellevoisin
Species integrity will need to be named as an unaliebale Right in the new body of genetic law.
We really do not know what we are doing, but we take the opiate of science to say it must be good for humanity.
Originally posted by MitchMagic
I thought the cow part was much larger. I must have read wrong. I just though to have cows walking around with human legs (or vice versa) would be absolutely hilarious...
I don't see anything bad coming from that except some great comedy...
produced the embryos by inserting human DNA from a skin cell into a hollowed-out cow egg. An electric shock then induced the hybrid embryo to grow. The embryo, 99.9% human and 0.1% other animal, grew for three days, until it had 32 cells.