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Fri Aug 23 14:43:58 EST 2013

Into which rabbit?<BR>
How many lived? <BR>
How many were tossed? <BR>
Where are Alba's moms? <BR>
Could you have done this procedure, proudly, with your own hands? <BR>
Let me be clear. I remind you that I support your actions, morally and arti=
stically. <BR>
I believe that Transgenic Art, both the products and the processes, are val=
id as an art forms a<BR>
nd as much needed commentaries on an industry of post/species-boundarybreed=
ing technology. <BR>
Unnecessary surgery, Aesthetic breeding, Even embryonic gene-play <BR>
should and has be done by curious artists wielding their own scalpels. <BR>
But it does us all an injustice to white wash (or green glowwash) a bloody =
and meaty process. <BR>
No art that uses the knife (even a knife for hire) should claim that it is =
harmless. <BR>
That is a grotesque affront.<BR>
Could you to be a little more transparent or forthcoming <BR>
When you review the modern breeding procedures <BR>
That went into the formation of Alba? <BR>
They surely did cause some harm. <BR>
Signing out until next time, <BR>
A difficult fan,<BR>
Adam Zaretsky <BR>
Research Affiliate, <BR>
Arnold Demain Fermentation <BR>
and Industrial Microbiology Laboratory <BR>
Department of Biology Massachusetts Institute of Technology <BR>
68-223 Cambridge MA 02139 <BR>
PS: I hope the next trangenic mammalian art piece <BR>
is better documented. <BR>
I mean the glowing birth of a GFP Mammal <BR>
will be a gorgeous event to capture on Digital Video!<BR>
Woodstock, NY USA - Tuesday, July 17, 2001 at 11:02:46 (PDT) <BR>
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