Have you ever had a steak so excellent, you wish you could eat it more than once? How about a milkshake to good, you wish it could be exactly replicated time and again? Well, we may be one step closer to such a world, now that the FDA has weighed in on the safety of cloning livestock. Verdict: it’s as safe as can be.
Our own Gregory Conko has this to say about the decision in a press release today:
Since Dolly the sheep became the first successfully cloned animal in 1996, thousands of other healthy sheep, cattle and pigs have been born, but critics still claim the process will create monstrous new hybrids. The scary predictions of anti-technology activists have been shown to be nothing more than science fiction.