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The Great Comeback of the Gastric Brooding Frog

From inception, the Post Scarcity Alliance has recognized that genetic engineering will play an increasingly vital role in preserving endangered species and ultimately causing an explosion of biodiversity.  There have been several stories over the last few weeks about recent developments in genetic engineering of extinct species. Here is a sampling of some of these articles: Reviving the Wooly Mammoth …

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Economic Benefits and Costs of Wilderness

There is an astounding shortage of academic studies that analyze the negative economic impacts of environmental policies.  Anyone who has ever worked for an industry that has been decimated by the stroke of a pen knows full well the damage that can result from the reckless pursuit of radical environmental policy.  Nevertheless, many regulations that are proposed and adopted in …

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George Church: Genetic Engineering Pioneer

 Anyone who wants a glimpse into the future of abundance that will soon be upon us as a result of advanced in genetic science, should read Regenesis: How Synthetic Biology Will Reinvent Nature and Ourselves by George Church. Also anytime you read a recent article about some mind-blowing application of genetic science, you will usually find Church or one of his …

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