Recently, a phrase has been sticking out to me. "The benefits out weight the risks." What does that mean? When you think about that, when benefits have risks, are they truly benefits? Those benefits would need to be obese. The most recent article I encountered, was "Genetically Modified Food: 'The Controversy Is Really Curious To Scientists' " In one point of this video, it mentions genetically modifying has been going on for centuries. It has been, since the days of Noah. "From making plants more useable , to animals more worthy for eating." So they say.  Mules cannot reproduce as one example of genetically modified animal. So how does any benefit out weight the risk of only one. And its not the GMO they're talking about. This is in a lab modified.  Here's the site address for this video http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/08/07/genetically-modified-food_...  Really made me wonder how much that man was paid for his appearance. I shake my head when I think of the consequence and agenda behind manipulating genes and chromosomes. Those risks, Are Risks. The benefit, does it really help the population as whole, or just the small percentage that is not only making money on it. But reaping the Benefits beyond money. The agenda has some sugar on it, bright colors and glitter. Don't let it distract you, stay sober, be vigilant.

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Comment by Kathy on August 11, 2012 at 9:03am

Because they are offspring of horses and donkeys. A mule is the offspring of a male donkey and a female horse.[1] Horses and donkeys are different species, with different numbers of chromosomes. Of the two F1 hybrids between these two species, a mule is easier to obtain than a hinny (the offspring of a male horse and a female donkey). While there is no known instance of a male mule siring offspring, female mules have on very rare occasion given birth to viable offspring.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mule

That is just one example of hybird they used as a reference of genetically modified. That was a poor example to reference to modern gmo examples from that article.


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Comment by Bean on August 11, 2012 at 1:40pm

That's a good question Tabitha.. and one that could be asked of more than just animal hybrids.. perhaps Consider Colossians 1:20..

"And, having made peace through the blood of His cross, by Him to reconcile all things unto Himself; by Him, [I say], whether [they be] things in earth, or things in heaven."

Reconcile - ἀποκαταλλάσσω - apokatallassō - ä-po-kä-täl-lä's-sō

1) to reconcile completely

2) to reconcile back again

3) bring back a former state of harmony

All Things - πᾶς - pas - pä's

1) individually

a) each, every, any, all, the whole, everyone, all things, everything

2) collectively

a) some of all types

to reconcile completely back again to a former state of harmony individually each every any and all of the whole of everyone and all things everything collectively some of all types..

Chimeras are hybrid creatures from two or more different species.. a fusion of two different species into one.. so there are 2 individuals in one body.. in mules, there is a donkey and a horse.. each is its own individual existing in one combined body.. so, hypothetically, if the chimera mule was to be reconciled completely, it would cease to exist as the hybrid mule creature, but the individual animals, the donkey and the horse, would each exist as only their individual selves.

i think the same could be true for all the hybrids who would exist in the Eternal Kingdom.. each would be individually fully restored.

interestingly, the Greek word for "reconcile" in the verse is found in only 2 other places in the Bible.. One is Colossians 1:21, and the other is Ephesians 2:16.

Mermaids are chimeras..


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Comment by Bean on August 11, 2012 at 3:01pm

hybrid by definition is the union of two or more distinct species.  for example, angel and human. they are 2 different species and produce an offspring which is a hybridized fusion of the two parents.. angel, human and animal produces an offspring which is a fusion of all three.  the Ancient Egyptian deities are a good example of this, like Anubis with dog head, human flesh and angelic powers.

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