The Genetic Culture is Hot Air and Death
Edit genes in the privacy of your own home for pennies a day; the kiddies will love it; Christmas shoppers, order your kits today
DNA is destiny; everybody knows that, right?
Hop on the hype train, we’re all going to DNA paradise…
Let’s start here (and am I the only one pointing this out?):
Name ONE disease for which a genetic treatment works as a cure across the board. Just ONE out of the thousands of purported diseases.
What’s that? You can’t?
Does that tell you something? It should.
The tonnage of PR about genetic disease research is huge. The Certainty with which researchers link specific genes to specific diseases is impressive.
But SAYING you’ve found the cause of something only makes sense if you can DO something with your discovery. If you can’t, you’re not credible. You may be an excellent fund-raiser, but that’s about it.
We’re in the middle of a genetic culture that consists of a massive collection of hot air. Maybe-this and looks-like that and on-the-cusp of this and breakthrough-that and could-be and possible…