No, They would become more intelligent then us and take over the world...PLANET OF THE TURKEYS...
WHO NEEDS TANKS AND WAR PLANES?! WE GOT TURKEYS!
What would happen to Thanksgiving?!
Besides, we already have genetically engineered giant turkeys. They're called ostriches. And just for the record, why would you WANT to genetically engineer turkeys?
Collective nouns for turkeys are:a brood of turkeysa clutch of turkeysa crop of turkeysa dole of turkeysa dule of turkeysa flock of turkeysa gang of turkeysa herd of turkeysa mob of turkeysa muster of turkeysa posse of turkeys (wild males)a raffle of turkeysa raft of turkeysa rafter of turkeysa run of turkeys (wild)a school of turkeysOn the lighter side : Our forebears would have called them "Thanksgiving Day"!
I fyou Genetically engineer your child it would take every single special wonderful thing they could have done away. You are taking away their future and making it the way you want it which I think is very selfish. In my opinion, just leave them the way they are don't try to do Gods job. Just do your part in it.
I would most definitely genetically engineer my child. The average human craves a child that won't get bullied or pushed around, but does not possess the mental strength of creating one that doesn't contain their flesh and blood. I want a badass child, so nothing would get in my way. Given the high (i.e. nonzero) probability that any child of mine would end up with a genetic disorder or propensity to an illness, removing the alleles responsible for those problems would much increase the quality of life for that child. On the other side of that, many problems caused by a lack of certain alleles or combinations of alleles can be repaired by simply ensuring the required allele combinations exist. On the whole, a GE child would have a better life.
Using genetically similar mice will help have a constant result in the experiment. Using non-genetically similar mice will give you different results leading to a false answer. And if you looked up the same question as I then there is a part about cloning mice and why that would be better. It would be better because then you KNOW that you will get the same answer all around.
In the US that would be November.In most European countries and in countries that celebrate Christmas on the 25th December, then December would be the month were record sales of turkeys would be achieved. As not all countries celebrate a Thanksgiving day, nor indeed on the same day, then November would not universally count as the month for most turkeys sold.
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