Frankenstein Science

An term referring to stem cell work by Fred Gage, et al., at the Salk Institute in La Jolla, California; Salk and his team harvested brain cells from human cadavers and coaxed them into forming neural progenitors, which, in turn, beget adult brain cells
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John Robins, of Animal Concern, said it was Frankenstein science gone too far.
Animal rights campaigner Sean Gifford, of People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, said: "This report highlights the Frankenstein science being conducted in British labs and is the stuff horror films are made off.
Years ago IVF treatment for infertile couples was considered a Frankenstein science,' said Mr Carter, who once played Jesus in a stage adaptation of Jesus Christ Superstar.
Nor, despite the Cardinal's intemperate, inaccurate rant, is anyone indulging in Frankenstein science.
This Frankenstein science should be banned in every civilised country.
What your article fails to mention is that many people oppose this Frankenstein science and there is a growing movement against such perversions of nature masquerading as research and development.
Charity Life said: "It is another example of Frankenstein science.
Any method of genetic manipulation that involves the alteration or destruction of human embryos is nothing more than Frankenstein science.
So for this Horizon special, Jimmy investigates whether genetically modified (GM) food is the answer to the world's food problems, or whether it's a Frankenstein science that will contaminate the world's eco-systems.
Obama confuses scientific integrity with Frankenstein science.
There are surely more important things to write about than the use of the word "soccer", but since the alternative is acknowledging another crazy Frankenstein science versus fairy story rant from Mr Kokoski.