Tuesday, June 1, 2010

Human-animal hybrids in life vs. death struggle

For those that didn't notice the very first laws past as Obama took office. You know those two major ones he couldn't wait to do as he slipped in. First Abortion, and then Stem Cell Research?
This is the results from both of those laws that everyone was so eager to bring to America.
Personally, I find it sick. Sacrificing babies for Scientific mutations. Why?
clipped from www.wnd.com

In what may seem more like a Hollywood science-fiction plot, as in the forthcoming movie "Splice," lawmakers are trying to prevent scientists from combining human and animal embryos to make "human-animal hybrids."

In "Splice," two scientists defy ethical boundaries and splice together human and animal DNA to create a new organism, also known as a chimera.

While the idea of such an experiment may seem far-fetched, scientists around the world have been dabbling in creation of human-animal hybrids for years.

Today, Ohio's Senate Health, Human Services and Aging Committee passed S.B.
243
– a ban on human-animal hybrids.

The bill prohibits "human cloning, the creation, transportation, or receipt of a human-animal hybrid, the transfer of a nonhuman embryo into a human womb, and the transfer of a human embryo into a nonhuman womb."

According to the report, researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota were able to create pigs with human blood flowing through their bodies in 2004.

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