- Jan 28, 2009
is this actual 'passed' legislature, as the title of the thread suggests, or just a proposal by this idiot? there is a big difference.this video is just hard to describe.
mermaids are real?
do you have a link for the bill?seems real
SB 1307 makes it a class-six felony to knowingly create such a hybrid during research and class-one misdemeanor to buy or sell a human-animal embryo.
The bill was created by Senator Linda Gray and co-sponsored by the who's-who of the knuckle-dragging Republican legislators in the Arizona Senate, including the architect of SB 1070, Russell Pearce.
We called Senator Gray to find out what mythical planet she thinks she's living on why there's a need for such a bill, but she never got back to us.
The bill passed the Senate with a 16-12 vote and awaits a full vote in the House of Representatives after it was passed in a House panel. [The bill passed the House with a 35-24 vote and has been "transmitted to the Governor."]
true but I doubt laws are going to stop a mad scientist.I don't want some mad scientist creating pigman or Sharkgirl. But I don't want to tie the hands of genetic scientists who are working to create disease resistant crops or livestock that doesn't need antibiotics.
That has nothing to do with this jackass. There aren't many differing species that can produce offspring. In some cases the resulting offspring has inherent health problems or is sterile. For reference see mules, ligers, zorses, etc. There is no viable method to create what you mentioned, nor is there a reason to put such a law on the books or waste any amount of money on it. Since you don't know of any viable methods of producing this, it's impossible to effectively regulate against it.Its worth remembering that at one point humans coexisted - and interbred with - another species: the Neanderthals. (Most northern Europeans have a small, but not insignificant, portion of Neanderthal DNA.)
Does that make us evil? A crime against nature?
I don't want some mad scientist creating pigman or Sharkgirl. But I don't want to tie the hands of genetic scientists who are working to create disease resistant crops or livestock that doesn't need antibiotics.
I'm not sure whether the article is legit or not, but I can't say that I feel comfortable with the idea of human animal hybrids, the idea being that you could create people who had traits that are desirable from animals etc..... Its just not golf.
Does it matter? State Representative Tom Kirby is publishing his intention to introduce a bill in Georgia. And when it comes to religious fundamentalists elected to office, the damage has all ready been done. These people are like time bombs, just wait and they will blow up with some stupidity or another.is this actual 'passed' legislature, as the title of the thread suggests, or just a proposal by this idiot? there is a big difference.
i hope for his sake that he nor anyone in his family ever needs any medications, or have to face cancer or other diseases.