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'[OT]: - VERY Was: Space travel Now: "Gene"'
2002\08\20@191746 by Brendan Moran

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> As I noted at the start - I am coming around to your viewpoint but
> do not believe a blanket prohibition is necessarily desirable - or
> even possible.

It was my belief that Russell, like myself, was recommending high
caution, not cessation.  Stopping the research has consquences of its
own (Go see XXX And by that I mean the movie staring Vin Diesel about
biological weapons) And we should be preppared to repel any attacks
of a GE or biological nature, but as of yet, we don't have the
facilities to handle that, and I wish it didn't matter.  Though on
the bright side, perhaps this will mean a greater likelyhood of
fixing problems like the West Nile Virus, etc...

Research is good, so long as propper safety protocols are maintained.
Consider the implications of testing EMPs in the middle of New York.
 Same principle, only possibly worse...

It's amusing that a thread I started about space craft safety started
by completely ignoring the main point I made, instead latching onto
the example I gave, and the morphed into a conversation about genetic
engineering...

- --Brendan
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"Rejection out of hand of all but one's favoured alternative may cost
you dearly in one way or another." -Russell McMahon

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2002\08\20@192821 by hard Prosser

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I would have to agree with you then. I may have misinterpreted Russell's
tone - in which case I apologise.

Richard P




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> As I noted at the start - I am coming around to your viewpoint but
> do not believe a blanket prohibition is necessarily desirable - or
> even possible.

It was my belief that Russell, like myself, was recommending high
caution, not cessation.  Stopping the research has consquences of its
own (Go see XXX And by that I mean the movie staring Vin Diesel about
biological weapons) And we should be preppared to repel any attacks
of a GE or biological nature, but as of yet, we don't have the
facilities to handle that, and I wish it didn't matter.  Though on
the bright side, perhaps this will mean a greater likelyhood of
fixing problems like the West Nile Virus, etc...

Research is good, so long as propper safety protocols are maintained.
Consider the implications of testing EMPs in the middle of New York.
 Same principle, only possibly worse...

It's amusing that a thread I started about space craft safety started
by completely ignoring the main point I made, instead latching onto
the example I gave, and the morphed into a conversation about genetic
engineering...

- --Brendan
- ---
"Rejection out of hand of all but one's favoured alternative may cost
you dearly in one way or another." -Russell McMahon

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