The Long Terms Effects of Evolution...Take a Chance

Raven cemtech at sprintmail.com.IDONTLIKESPAM
Thu Dec 18 11:23:34 EST 1997

In article <01bd0b1a$9d45e260$17fbdec2 at none.compuserve.com>, daniel at all-
keys.demon.co.uk says...
> Raven <cemtech at sprintmail.com.IDONTLIKESPAM> wrote in article
> <MPG.f0047bb600e5d2b989724 at nntp.a001.sprintmail.com>...

> > > so if we get rid..uh.. isolate every hemophiliac in the world, and
> > > casra...uh
> > > nuterize them.. would we remove the defective gene?
> > 
> > That would be one way, an inhumane way, but just one way.
> > 
> > There are others.
> > 
> What about those with a recessive hemophilia gene?

I'm sure Jaby would ignore them and then wonder where the hemophiliacs 
keep comming from.

Steve "Chris" Price   
Associate Professor of Computational Aesthetics   
Amish Chair of Electrical Engineering   
University of Ediacara   "A fine tradition since 530,000,000 BC"

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