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  • #16
    Originally posted by Briannagodess View Post

    True enough, we shouldn't mess with nature, that's the point! As I've said, there are animals that eat mosquitoes. Why not breed more of them? They're safer and they won't ruin the cycle of nature. The thing is, we've become so dependent on technology that we forgot that we have natural elements that can help us get rid of those mosquitoes. Technology should not be used in excess, it can only mean harm for anyone. Breeding frogs are easy, why not just do that instead?

    Well where's the profit in that? Breeding frogs and fishes is just soo old fashioned. It never showcases what the power of science can do! And who would buy a frog from a company? There are plenty of those in your backyard. A mutant mosquito? Now there's something really awesome. Not only are they specifically 'designed' to combat a disease, they're the pinnacle of scientific research, and buyers will pay A LOT for the new versions of these critters, either to combat malaria in their countries, or to spread some vector specific diseases to rival countries. Don't you get get it? You dummy!

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    • #17
      Originally posted by UnslaadKrosis View Post


      Well where's the profit in that? Breeding frogs and fishes is just soo old fashioned. It never showcases what the power of science can do! And who would buy a frog from a company? There are plenty of those in your backyard. A mutant mosquito? Now there's something really awesome. Not only are they specifically 'designed' to combat a disease, they're the pinnacle of scientific research, and buyers will pay A LOT for the new versions of these critters, either to combat malaria in their countries, or to spread some vector specific diseases to rival countries. Don't you get get it? You dummy!
      Lol, I guess that's just how even science operates nowadays. It's weird though that we have to resort to inventions instead of looking back and seeing what works back then. I think we have become so dependent on technology that we forget that there are solutions for these problems if only we try to see it the old fashioned way. Alas, as you said, there's no profit in that. No big budget will be needed, there's no novelty in it. So yeah, it might seem like inventing something new is the solution. It feeds their ego when they've invented something so innovative and new. The thing is, they're not even sure what are the long-term consequences of their actions.

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