More ‘Mad’ Science: Bringing Pre-Historic Dinosaurs Back to Life

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 18:04 PM
September 5, 2013

01-tedx-rebirth-wooly-mammoth_64849_600x450    Those working to turn men into machines or machines into men attempt to supplant Almighty God, The Creator.  Human beings have not existed since eternity (Isaiah 57: 15), so why are some ‘scientists’ compelled to resurrect a past God chose to destroy.  The end of such arrogance can only be eternal judgment.

What resurrections do they seek?  That of dinosaurs. With a newly-formed scientific term, known as ‘de-extinction,’ certain researchers wish to reverse the ‘God-role,’ by bringing back animals that God (or men) drove into extinction.

Most in such studies agree that the most viable pre-historic animals to resurrect are woolly mammoths that lived during the ice age ten thousand years ago.  In ‘Cloning Woolly Mammoths: It’s the Ecology, Stupid,’ Jacquelyn Gill reports on a conference of “geneticists, conservationists, journalists, and others to discuss resurrecting . . . the woolly mammoth.” They claim it is not if, but when.

However, generally de-extinction followers ignore new circumstances that re-introduced species would introduce.  Not being God, with capacities of infinite thinking, de-extinction scientists cannot foresee those circumstances which could throw the nature (or people) around the de-extinct out of balance, even to death.

Glenn Albrecht, from the Murdoch University in Australia, argues that “Without an environment to put re-created species back into, the whole exercise is futile and a gross waste of money.” The imbalance of Nature is one point––not 07-tedx-rebirth-moa_64855_600x450easily refuted.  But “a gross waste of money” is another.  Who is paying for this?

It is to the shame of universities and government funding agencies that such ‘science’ goes forward.  Would funds have been better spent to act against guns and other violence now driving animal species into extinction? Could research be better channeled into keeping the people and animals now on earth alive?

In ‘Opinion: The Case for Reviving Extinct Species,’ Stewart Brand argues that de-extinction is necessary “to preserve biodiversity, to restore diminished ecosystems, to advance the science of preventing extinctions, and to undo harm that humans have caused in the past.”

But in his discussion, he does not cite how bringing back extinct species will benefit the human race. Someone needs to ask how the minds and time of scientists could be better utilized. For instance, could Japanese scientists, now working on de-extinction, not serve their country, and the world, better by working to stop leaking nuclear waste from poisoning themselves and the entire planet?

Indeed, attempting to bring back dinosaurs from extinction, while blindly ignoring the fact that human beings are quickly tumbling into the same state of extinction is the sheerest ‘madness’ of all.

Maybe in the end-time chaos, when these scientists see the fourth horseman foretold in the Book of Revelation, then will de-extinctionists understand the Scripture, “ . . . The fool hath said in his heart, There is no God (Psalm 14: 1).”

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