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Human-animal hybrids the new Pandora’s box

So if you eat an animal that has 49% human DNA is cannibalism?

Can a 50/50 hybrid soul be saved though the blood of Christ?(see Nephilim/ Noah / flood)

Will mixing the DNA of humans, plants and animals, will it produce new stains of viruses and bacteria that will eventually infect humans for ex. Feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV) or Citrus psorosis virus?

Will it be murder, only if the hybrid has 51% human DNA?

Will the hybrids with 51% human DNA, have the right to vote? Or marry?

Will the hybrids be superior compare to humans in Intelligent and strength?

Will there be dozens of new blood types that could be dangerous to humans?

http://articles.latimes.com/2011/jul/22/news/la-heb-human-an...

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2011/aug/3/rise-of-the-h...

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2017818/Embry...

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2005/01/0125_050125_...

Part1 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Csxy2CAg_jE

Part2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N4uOfPq3w0I

http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/11/10/us-science-animal-...
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Revelation 9:7-10 wrote:
In apperance the locust were like horses equipped for battle. On their heads were what looked like crowns of gold; their faces were like human faces, their hair like women's hair, and their teeth like lions' teeth; they had scales like iron breastplates, and the noise of their wings was like the noise of many chariots with horses rushing to battle. They have tails like scorpions, with stings, and in their tails is the power to harm people for five months

Yeah, the military could have fun with those.
 
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You're just trying to explain the lizard overlord people, aren't you?
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JAA1030 wrote:
Will the hybrids be superior compare to humans in Intelligent

Yes, they will be smarter than at least one human.
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How much DNA do you think we share with animals normally?

Take cows for example, how much DNA do we share with them?
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John implications go beyond biology. Take physics for example. I've been searching eBay for many weeks looking for a Higgs boson. There's just none to be found--and that's all of eBay, not just eBay Canada.
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isaacc wrote:

John implications go beyond biology. Take physics for example. I've been searching eBay for many weeks looking for a Higgs boson. There's just none to be found--and that's all of eBay, not just eBay Canada.



NO wonder you cannot find it it's been only confirm just a month ago it takes time do not worry,maybe by Xmas.
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JAA1030 wrote:

So if you eat an animal that has 49% human DNA is cannibalism?

Don't eat any mammal then. We have at least 95% of our DNA in common with cows.
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isaacc wrote:

John implications go beyond biology. Take physics for example. I've been searching eBay for many weeks looking for a Higgs boson. There's just none to be found--and that's all of eBay, not just eBay Canada.
You did not look very hard, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Higgs-boson-particle-/111051501541... and at a fraction of the cost of CERN.
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Has anyone suggest these will be used fir anything other them medical research?
 
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Android's Dream read by Wil Wheaton covers a lot of that ground
 
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slatersteven wrote:
isaacc wrote:

John implications go beyond biology. Take physics for example. I've been searching eBay for many weeks looking for a Higgs boson. There's just none to be found--and that's all of eBay, not just eBay Canada.
You did not look very hard, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Higgs-boson-particle-/111051501541... and at a fraction of the cost of CERN.


Now, if somebody bids a pound, how are you going to deliver?
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isaacc wrote:
slatersteven wrote:
isaacc wrote:

John implications go beyond biology. Take physics for example. I've been searching eBay for many weeks looking for a Higgs boson. There's just none to be found--and that's all of eBay, not just eBay Canada.
You did not look very hard, http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Higgs-boson-particle-/111051501541... and at a fraction of the cost of CERN.


Now, if somebody bids a pound, how are you going to deliver?
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Well it's only small, I would stick it in an envelope.
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HavocIsHere wrote:
JAA1030 wrote:

So if you eat an animal that has 49% human DNA is cannibalism?

Don't eat any mammal then. We have at least 95% of our DNA in common with cows.


Don't eat any animal pretty much - we share about 60% of our DNA with fruit flies!
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It's probably not a good idea to make moral judgements based on DNA.

People had similar worries about children who were made by in vitro fertilization.
 
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A whaaa? I don't... have one of those.




Anymore...
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Cal Mac wrote:
HavocIsHere wrote:
JAA1030 wrote:

So if you eat an animal that has 49% human DNA is cannibalism?

Don't eat any mammal then. We have at least 95% of our DNA in common with cows.


Don't eat any animal pretty much - we share about 60% of our DNA with fruit flies!


We also share DNA with yeast

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It is hard enough to accept that little creatures such as worms and flies are, as one researcher put it, "our relatives," but what about baker's yeast? What can we possibly have in common with this humble cell, really just a fungus, which is generally used to make dough rise or to brew beer?

The answer is stunning: We are so similar to yeast, in some of our genes, that human DNA can be substituted for the equivalent yeast gene—and it works just as well. This was first demonstrated in 1985, when Michael Wigler and his associates at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory "rescued" a mutant yeast cell that lacked an essential developmental gene, the yeast equivalent of the human ras gene, by inserting the human gene into it.

This "remarkable result," wrote David Botstein, a yeast researcher at Stanford, "indicated a profound conservation not only of [DNA] sequence but also of detailed biological function" over at least a billion years of evolution from yeast to human. More than 70 additional human genes have proved able to repair various mutations in yeast, he said. Botstein's conclusion: "What is true for yeast is also true for human."
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JAA1030 wrote:
So if you eat an animal that has 49% human DNA is cannibalism?


You will find that mammals all share WAY MORE than that already.
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