As time goes on values will change making enhancement more generally
J Corbally wrote:
> The survey results are in (although they've yet to display them on their
> site at www.bbc.co.uk/tw )
> Pretty mixed bag, but probably not unexpected; On the "uncontroversial"
> questions (the first four out of 6) the percentages were above 70%,
> reaching 97% agreement on the first question. However, for the last two
> questions (on repro. cloning and gene selection) the scores were 16% and
> respectively. It seems most people favour "correction" but not
> Kind of leaves us with our work cut out. Then again, perhaps the high
> percentage of positives on the more "basic" stuff might eventually filter
> into the more controversial aspects.
> Anyways, thought this might prove interesting.
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