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In the lab, the creation has now lived through 1,000 generations
madrushian wrote:In the lab, the creation has now lived through 1,000 generations
What does this mean? A generation is about 20 years long. Are you saying this bacteria was brought back to life 20,000 years ago and we still have been keeping track of it?
Something is goofy with the wording Steamboy. Help me out.
GinsengSamurai wrote:I enjoy science and I think a lot of science is good for the progression of humanity, but I think similarly to faith, there should be a line, a thick one that tells scientists to stop and think hard before they cross it.
Things like that can be stolen or leaked and then that's it, we're all f**ked. Stolen by militants to be used as a bio weapon. Leaked due to human error.
You know when they built the LHC, I was already like: "Damn, that's a bit scary." What if they create a 'mini' big bang on earth? Well, that's the end of all life as we know it if that happens. At least it will be a quick split second death.
Sometimes, I see the overall idea of scientists as a bunch of highly intelligent, but know-no-boundaries sort of kids that like to experiment.
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