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Now why is this different than genetic engineering?
I can see now that Political Correctness and fear of science and technology is slowing Technological advances and impeding important advances that save lives.
Fankinfood! Oh brother!
What could be done by genetic engineering in hours will instead be done in months or years.
I wonder if the proposed changes will change the flavor?