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TEDxDeExtinction – Revive & Restore

TEDxDeExtinction – Revive & Restore | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
Rapid advances in molecular biology are converging with new perspectives in conservation biology to create a new field called “de-extinction.” Now is the time to begin public discussion of how de-extinction projects can best proceed...

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In this article they talk about how the DNA can work to create a wolly mammoth. I thinks that this video is very helpful because it shows images and it explains while giving examples. This document is a pro towards de-extinction. 

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Efforts to Resuscitate Extinct Species May Spawn a New Era of the Hybrid: Scientific American

Efforts to Resuscitate Extinct Species May Spawn a New Era of the Hybrid: Scientific American | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
What does de-extinction mean for biology and the environment?

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this is a good newtrol article because it shose good iformation good statig and recognizing each thoght also speling this makes it exelent

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Should We Be Trying to Bring Extinct Species Back to Life?

Should We Be Trying to Bring Extinct Species Back to Life? | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
Here's a look at the greenwashing, guilt-tripping and the politics of “de-extinction.”

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This is a good  article because it it includes a variety of reasons to support  there claim.  It also includes solutions to this controversial issue.  It is easy to understand. There are star statements and research support ideas.

 

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Miranda Lievano's curator insight, May 13, 2014 1:35 PM

There is a new discoveriment that is called de-extincion, to some its great oportunity to see the amimals to others its buisness. To some people it is a chance that they can improve there way with animals but some are afraid that being "saved" is more like being "dead again"

Eduardo Carriazo's curator insight, May 15, 2014 8:49 AM

What I like most about this article is that it says "It's not bringing a species back from the dead, It's building a new one". It's a good article because it has both pros and cons from the topic. It's also good that It's short and easy to read.

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De-extinction is about as sensible as de-death

De-extinction is about as sensible as de-death | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
On Friday, March 15 in Washington DC, National Geographic and TEDx are hosting a day-long conference on species-revival science and ethics. In other words, they will be debating whether we can, and should… (De-extinction is as sensible as de-death.

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This article talks about how de-extinction  is as realistic as de-death ( prevent death). In other words what he is saying is  that de-extinction is like creating zombies. This article is useful because  it talks about some really important points about de- extinction.  This article is for de-extinction.

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Eduardo Carriazo's curator insight, May 15, 2014 8:33 AM

The author of this article is clearly opposed to de-extintion. This source is useful because it is short and it explains logic reasons why de-extinction is good for neither the world nor the new animals. It also has evidence, like the studies that the article cites.

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17 animals scientists want to bring back from extinction

17 animals scientists want to bring back from extinction | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
It's called de-extinction, the act of bringing an extinct animal back to life by reassembling its genome and injecting it into embryonic cells. After that, it's the simple matter of finding a surrogate.

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This is an interesting source because it shows reasons so that the reader is convenced; "dodos are recognized for being dumb  but they evolved  this way becaouse they had no natural pretetors until humans came."  They will make this ingecting a geoneme of the animal to the embryonic cells. This will make animals that were extinct revive.

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Should We Be Trying to Bring Extinct Species Back to Life?

Should We Be Trying to Bring Extinct Species Back to Life? | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
Here's a look at the greenwashing, guilt-tripping and the politics of “de-extinction.”

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Miranda Lievano's insight:

There is a new discoveriment that is called de-extincion, to some its great oportunity to see the amimals to others its buisness. To some people it is a chance that they can improve there way with animals but some are afraid that being "saved" is more like being "dead again"

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Miranda Lievano's curator insight, May 13, 2014 1:31 PM

This is a good  article because it it includes a variety of reasons to support  there claim.  It also includes solutions to this controversial issue.  It is easy to understand. There are star statements and research support ideas.

 

Eduardo Carriazo's curator insight, May 15, 2014 8:49 AM

What I like most about this article is that it says "It's not bringing a species back from the dead, It's building a new one". It's a good article because it has both pros and cons from the topic. It's also good that It's short and easy to read.

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Expiration Fate: Can "De-Extinction" Bring Back Lost Species?: Scientific American

Expiration Fate: Can "De-Extinction" Bring Back Lost Species?: Scientific American | De-extinction Miranda, Silvia, Gabriel | Scoop.it
Adherents of "de-extinction" hope to see al world repopulated with species thought lost to the planet--but there are some major caveats

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De-extintion is a way to revive all extinct creatures. Scientists have discovered that if the tissue survives and the cells remain untact you can revive the animal. There are some persons against it but most like the idea. This invencion can't revive dinosours but can do miracles. This is a pro article to de-extintion.

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De-Extinction - The April Cover of National Geographic Magazine Explores the Possibility of Reviving Extinct Species - National Geographic

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De-Extinction - The April Cover of National Geographic Magazine Explores the Possibility of Reviving Extinct Species - National Geographic

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This source is a good  because it is easy to understand.  It supports the topic without getting emotional.  Every claim would be supported with evidence or research and a link to the research.  It comes from a scientific journal and it is a recent article.

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