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World's longest DNA sequence decoded
I think messing with our DNA could seem beneficial at first, but over time, everyone would be too similar and be too perfect. Imagine a world full of fake people who do not have to put in any effort to look better or accomplish their goals, such as weight loss, muscle gain, etc. You could not tell who worked hard for what they have, and who was just genetically modified at birth. The way I see it, it would only be beneficial to make minor adjustments to our DNA, such as increased resistance to diseases. Too much modification seems bad, and we do not know its consequences long term.

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RE: World's longest DNA sequence decoded - by Blake Cherpin - 11-01-2018, 03:21 PM

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