The news has come out that scientists will soon be combining animal and human DNA. This Washington Post article gives a rundown:
Britain to Allow Creation of Hybrid Embryos
Capping a months-long scientific and ethics review, British regulators said yesterday that they are prepared to allow the creation of embryos that are part human and part animal for use in medical experiments.
We all know how this is going to play out. Scientists will create these hybrids for good, but then they’ll turn evil. It’s only a matter of time before we start hearing about crazed half-cow, half-humans going on murderous flesh-eating rampages, or plotting the destruction of human civilization. Just look at the background research:
Movies where scientists conduct experiments involving blending humans with animals, which go horribly wrong
- The Island of Dr. Moreau (1977) and (1996), Island of Lost Souls (1933), based on the H. G. Wells book. A scientist creates hybrids with humans and various animals. Who turn evil!
- Dr. Renault’s Secret (1942)
A scientist turns an ape into a man. But then he turns evil!
- Ssssss (1973)
A movie involving turning people into snakes. Who turn evil!
- The Fly (1958) and (1986)
A scientist accidently blends himself with a fly. Then turns evil!
- Creature Unknown (2003)
A scientist makes a lizard/human hybrid. That turns evil!
- Hammerhead: Shark Frenzy (2005)
When he began fusing human and shark DNA, his colleagues laughed at him. Now his creation is taking his revenge, and they aren’t laughing anymore.
- Tank Girl (1995)
This movie features the Rippers: human-kangaroo hybrids. Created by scientists as fighting machines, they…turn good! And fight the bad guys. So, if we’re lucky, the British scientists will work mostly with kangaroo DNA.