Resurrecting the woolly mammoth: the crazy project that worries some scientists

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Re: Resurrecting the woolly mammoth: the crazy project that worries some scientists




by Obamot » 22/09/21, 13:41

izentrop wrote: the animal that would see the light of day would therefore have DNA from mammoths combined with that of Asian elephants. […] If it amuses them, there is little chance that they will endure the vagaries of RC : Wink:
Ah so that was it RNAm "M" to "mymmouth ”, luckily you're there Izy, thanks to you I finally understood ...

And how is tammoth? : Cheesy:
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Re: Resurrecting the woolly mammoth: the crazy project that worries some scientists




by Flytox » 22/09/21, 20:16

izentrop wrote: the animal that would see the light of day would therefore have DNA from mammoths combined with that of Asian elephants. […] If it amuses them, there is little chance that they will endure the vagaries of RC


+1; Zimov's hypothesis is interesting in a number of ways. For Church and his "Mamoutage" (apart from ethics of course) .... there is a big problem, particularly in the timing.
Even if we put all our efforts into bringing this gene traffic to fruition, given the complexity of living things, there is little chance that everything will work the first time, it will take a few, many years of development, to verify that "the elemouth "is able to reproduce (age at least 15 years), that it reproduces enough to reach a viable herd size, which wants to trample as expected of it, from there to reach the herd sizes of which they speak ..... etc ... Here the permafrost will already be melted for a long time. All that's left is the pretext / alibi to manipulate living things ....
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Re: Resurrecting the woolly mammoth: the crazy project that worries some scientists




by Remundo » 22/09/21, 20:44

good but to be very pragmatic ...

a few bulldozers powered by biofuel would easily do the job of these mammoths ...

for the rest, we still have a lot of large herbivores that we can implant.

once the big trees are felled, it's not that easy to rebuild a dense forest ...

personally, in my Arvernes, the deer injure, trample or bark small trees, and nurserymen and forest planters are obliged to protect young plants ...
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by Exnihiloest » 22/09/21, 21:34

Christophe wrote:We show him what it's like to be biased with big idiots or not Remundo? : Lol: : Lol: : Lol:


Is it necessary to be vulgar and threatening? Or is it nature?
You two are biased, especially Remundo, and yes, you can do worse. To be content with partial moderation, because we can do worse, is really lacking in ambition. "Big assholes" is a very relative notion.
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by Remundo » 22/09/21, 22:25

if you knew what you drunk me ...... Nihilo plague ... everywhere and for not much.

here I am giving you a warning to demonstrate my partiality and underline the greatness of your soul.
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by Exnihiloest » 22/09/21, 22:53

Remundo wrote:if you only knew what you drunk me ...

It is reciprocal.

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by Remundo » 22/09/21, 23:03

you see that with Christophe.

I don't remember insulting you, and I'm sure I never threatened to harm you.

here I am an assistant and volunteer moderator, and chatting with people like you doesn't really encourage you to continue.

at worst you will make it interesting because in one place someone called you an asshole.

And we will come to erase it ... Pais personally, I have something else to do than that for the moment ...
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by Exnihiloest » 22/09/21, 23:22

Remundo wrote:you see that with Christophe.

I don't remember insulting you, and I'm sure I never threatened to harm you.

here I am an assistant and volunteer moderator, and chatting with people like you doesn't really encourage you to continue.

at worst you will make it interesting because in one place someone called you an asshole.

And we will come to erase it ... Pais personally, I have something else to do than that for the moment ...


I'm not accusing you of insulting me. But I accuse you of doing nothing when you know perfectly well that there are dozens or even hundreds of slanderous messages from Guigadebois against me or ABC or others, a lot of Janic too and a few others, and that this is the role of a moderator to eliminate them and prevent their return.
For me, you went astray, you do not have your place as moderator. You cannot be moderated by being judge and party.
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Re: Resurrecting the woolly mammoth: the crazy project that worries some scientists




by Obamot » 22/09/21, 23:31

All you have to do is fire you suddenly ... to see if you will go to court ... : Mrgreen:
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Re: Resurrecting the woolly mammoth: the crazy project that worries some scientists




by Remundo » 22/09/21, 23:31

Exnihiloest wrote:Hell is paved with good intentions, and volunteering is not the skill of the one who engages in it

you spend your life insulting yourself indeed.

any disagreement for you must end in fist fight forumesque ... for some, these are insults, but for others it is harassment whose courtesy and bad faith or arrogance are often worse than a few names of birds that fuse.

if you want we kick you all out, banned for life, including you? will be crowded ...

and what about the free vent offered here to paltoquets (I put the word because it is pretty) who are there so well despite the reciprocal outrages they inflict on their noble person ... safety valve of a society adrift and people who seek to pour their aggressiveness in one way or another, rightly or wrongly?

Tell me Champion, you wouldn't have called us stremedroate fascists here and there? Eh ?

Obamot even says that you would have had comments against these moths ... we could scan if necessary if you send Toff to the judge ... Do you have time and money to waste?
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