What’s your response going to be the first time you hear that a human has been cloned? How are you going to react the first you hear that a baby has been born that has been genetically modified? What are you going to do when you go to the doctor with something and your doctor says, “Oh! We can fix that using genetic engineering. I ask those questions because they are not for tomorrow. They are not ten years from now. Those are questions that we are going to be facing in the immediate near future because they’re already possible to do.
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- Altered Inheritance: CRISPR and the Ethics of Human Genome Editing 1st Edition
by Françoise Baylis
- Unnatural Selection stats on IMDb
- Unnatural selection: CRISPR on Netflix, my article on Creation.com
- Green and red fluorescent fish: Carter RW, Schmale MS, and Gibbs PDL. 2004. Cloning of anthozoan fluorescent protein genes. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology, Part C 138:259–270.
- Lyme Disease (boo!)
- The Dominion Mandate
- Jennifer Doudna, the co-discoverer of CRISPR
- Gene editing babies? A dangerous, pointless experiment
- Three-parent embryos: What should biblical creationists think?
- Life begins at conception, abortion questions, etc.