10 votes

Pet cloning is way more advanced than you thought

3 comments

  1. [3]
    FirstTiger
    Link
    This isn't well-thought out farce, right? Because I'm not sure I believe my eyes reading this. How can cloned animals be so normalized some professional sports have them registered for play? How...

    This isn't well-thought out farce, right? Because I'm not sure I believe my eyes reading this. How can cloned animals be so normalized some professional sports have them registered for play? How have I not heard about this company in bioethics circles?
    They are based in Texas though- that part makes perfect sense.

    3 votes
    1. [2]
      fredo
      Link Parent
      Why is that? 🤔

      They are based in Texas though- that part makes perfect sense

      Why is that? 🤔

      1 vote
      1. FirstTiger
        Link Parent
        Texas is pretty well known for its loose regulation of animal rearing. Example: there are more privately owned tigers in the state of Texas than there are in the wild. Texas is also well known for...

        Texas is pretty well known for its loose regulation of animal rearing. Example: there are more privately owned tigers in the state of Texas than there are in the wild.
        Texas is also well known for its very friendly attitude towards private business, both in regards to taxes and regulation of how a business is run.
        It's also got a reputation for shielding the privacy of the wealthy & those that cater to them.

        6 votes