Does man create?

Most of us who read this magazine probably aren't directly involved in making decisions about biological engineering. And even fewer of us are working on the sophisticated experiments in "gene splicing" to produce new or stronger organisms. So does it matter to us what guidelines govern these experiments?

We should be grateful for the humanitarian motives of concerned natural scientists who are working on an ethical code to help protect humanity from any ill effects of these experiments. But beyond that, is there anything we could or should do?

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