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Regenerating extinct species engineering babies that are born without vital body organs this is what the use of genetic engineering brings to the world In Greek myth an chimera was a part lion part goat part dragon that lived in Lycia in real life its an animal customized with genes of different species In reality it could be a human-animal mixture that could result in horror for the scientific community In myth the chimera was taken down by the warrior Bellerophon the biotech version faces platoons of lawyers bioethicists and biologists Hager In this paper I am going to discuss what has already been done the unethical side of genetics and what will happen in the future if we continue to tinker Genetics pose a major problem to the modern day world With the deteriorating conditions of the earth today the use of genetics will further break down our fragile planet As of 1998 many experiments have been done in the field of genetics in the next section I will discuss a few First genetics came into the public view in the early 1970s when a scientist named Paul Berg began experimenting with a strain of Ecoli bacteria called SV40 Tagliaferro 69 This was the public beginning to the struggle surrounding genetics Berg was not very intelligent about the way he conducted his tests and he was forced to stop until the National Institute of Health determined that SV40 was harmless to humans Tagliaferro 70 The next major happening in genetics was the Asilomar Conference of 1973 The Asilomar conference was a good start but it did not set strict enough standards for experimentation and this caused many harsh and disruptive experiments Then in 1975 the second Asilomar conference was held This conference helped a little but it still left to much gray area for scientists to play in Tagliaferro 70 The Asilomar Conference were a gigantic step forward but they still left
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