Tuesday, January 31, 2023

DO DO

 I would also like scientists to bring back another  bunch of  things ......say like humanity/elegance/manners/help/meanness and get rid of  stupidity /ignorance /facebook /assholes/shitty girls....... with spanx/pump fat /fake eyelashes/hair extensions/tik tokers who lie /......that's most of them, .......arrogant male fuckers .....stupidity  ...which i think will be the hardest .....all karens .....social media........and of  course all  democratic govt  officials  .......and those who vote   ......and i know....... you know ....... who i am talking about ........and people who sell their  souls for measly paychecks ........and suchlike  things ........you know what i mean .......don't act like you don't ....you do....... you know you do ........don't hate the player ...........



BACK FROM THE DEAD 

Scientists plan to ‘de-extinct’ the Dodo and release it back into the wild

IT'S been extinct since the 1660s but now scientists are hoping to bring the dodo bird back to life.

A company called Colossal Biosciences has just announced plans to resurrect the bird and release it in its natural habitat.

It's largely agreed that the last sighting of a dodo in the wild happened in 1662
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It's largely agreed that the last sighting of a dodo in the wild happened in 1662Credit: AP
Beth Shaprio and Ben Lamm will be working on the project
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Beth Shaprio and Ben Lamm will be working on the projectCredit: Courtesy of Colossal Biosciences

You may know the flightless bird from the well-used phrase "dead as a dodo" but evolutionary biologist Beth Shapiro wants that saying to go extinct.

According to Vice, she explained: "I've always been fascinated with the dodo.

"It’s the poster child, in a sad way, for how human habitat alteration can drive species to extinction."

Ben Lamm, who co-founded Colossal Biosciences, told the news outlet: "I think this is an opportunity where, given the man-made nature of the extinction of the dodo, man could not only bring the dodo back, but also fix what was done to parts of the ecosystem to reintroduce them.

"There's a lot of benefits from a conservation perspective, in terms of what we can learn from rewilding."

The scientists are planning on creating a "proxy" version of the extinct bird.

That means they'll use edited DNA so the new dodo won't be an exact clone of the original one.

The proposed dodo-like creature will be made using geno





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