Jurassic Park: Is DNA CLONING Ethical?? | Sci-fi Breakdown | Space Taste

Is Jurassic Park Ethical? Explore the ethics of DNA cloning in Jurassic Park and Jurassic World! Deep dive into the repercussions of genetic manipulation and comment your thoughts and sentiment if you agree or disagree with our breakdown. And tell us why!

In Jurassic Park and Jurassic World, the purpose of dinosaur creation is material wealth and gain. Would it be acceptable if we treated them with compassion instead? Dinosaur welfare is technically animal welfare after all. The introduction of new dinosaur species into our delicate ecosystem could have drastic impacts both ecologically and societally.

While it isn’t possible to replicate the cloning process used in Jurassic Park, Jurassic World or Fallen Kindom, just yet, the ethics of DNA cloning are still important to consider. Just replace “dinosaur” with “wooly mammoth” and we’d have a likely scenario.

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