Darth Wong wrote:
the biggest problem it would pose for zoo personnel would be its food requirements.
Well, dammit, Darth pretty much beat me to what I was going to say- for those saying "is it worth the risk" ect ect ect, uhhh the Lost World was only a movie, I'm sure they'd have tons of things set up to prevent a t-rex roaming through San Diego.
For those who say "well how is it going ot effect my life?" Ok, fine, don't bother paying attention to it. I fail to see how it effects our lives so much knowing the names for parts of a cell, but you know what, some people find it ineteresting and make a career out of it. To say "it won't effetc my life" is to say "let's get rid of about 75% of the things the teach in the current school system".
Dan39- What onigumo posted about you is no worse off than what you posted. Instead of calling other people "losers comming here 24/7" look at the fact that you enter a thread to do nothing more than a write a single sentence calling scientist dumbasses. Ignorance, my it must feel good.....
I'd say the idea of cloning the thing definetly peaks my curiosity. My one concern is that if they cloned it and it was at one point open for the public to see(as was attempted in Jurassic Park) the price to see it would be so incredibly huge I would never get such a chance. On the other hand, they could od the complete opposite and keep the thing completely sheltered, again not exactly doing much for anyone. Still, as someone who was completely fascinated with Dinosaurs as a young kid, it would definelty be a dream come true to see such a creature alive, but I think Pit pretty much bursted that bubble with his post.