posted on May, 13 2013 @ 12:09 PM
reply to post by Chrisfishenstein
I guess I should have been a bit clearer on the disaster scenario, what I was aiming at is prevention we develop many ways to stop potential natural
and non-natural disasters. These ideas and technologies have and will save thousands of lives.
Would god be angry with anyone who lives in Holland? because naturally lots of it should be underwater but man made walls and such have stopped
As I have said God must have willed everything including this ability to bring the extinct back, because if God didn't who did?
We can no longer say don't meddle with nature because we have been doing it for thousands of years and to be honest it's a gift and a curse these
skills we have as humans, but I personally think we should be using them to help nature restore her balance morally and ethically.
When your time has come it has come, I can agree with that but that doesn't mean we should fight that time with all we have whether that be science,
masonry or any other technique/skill we can use to help keep the balance and also do what life always does fight to survive.
reply to post by JayinAR
Agreed, also we don't want to start re-introducing animals that will devastate our interests that are only recently extinct like this:
Haast's Eagle (Harpagornis moorei)
But plenty of recently extinct species exist (genetically in a lab or relative species) that could have real value in re-establishing eco-systems
around the globe. I don't think it's in the realms of stupidity to atleast consider that and carefully test and then maybe implement it.
Just my thoughts on the matter.