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Posted by M.W.Pearson on January 22, 2003 17:52:52 UTC

Yanniru writes:
"Cloning by itself is not engineering at all. To just copy something, even generation after generation, never produces anything but the same copy. So that is not engineering at all. Please read the article in Scientific American so we can have an intelligent discussion."

Though I do not believe your comments are sincere, the topic can continue by answering them.
There is no such thing as "cloning by itself."
It occurs in context with past research and causes a change in the gene pool.
Cloning uses methods of genetics in a technical process. The effects of cloning on the local and broader gene pool are to be considered...and that requires planning and quantitative inventory.
Everything you said in "correcting" me was, mentally, lazy lard, probably from your armpits.
We should dismiss your last sentence as pure spam, and you should admit it.

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