Influencing our destiny - and then it gets destroyed so it has to reshape itself - Part 1
Determining our destiny by changing our DNA
|Figure 1: T. Rex on real scale next to another dinosaurs and humans in the background for comparison. But dinosaurs could be nice, looking after their eggs. Photo's taken at the Dinoworld exhibition, a great exhibition for everyone.|
|Figure 2: Evolution of the dinosaurs until mammals replaced them after the dark period when T. Rex and other monsters lived. Photo's taken at the Dinoworld exhibition.|
|Figure 3: A large diversity of plants, fish and many more animals exist all over the world, each as much as possible adopted to their surroundings in order to survive such as carnivorous plants (first photo) get sufficient nutrients in poor ground from eating insects or clownfish (remember Nemo, last picture) that are able to hid in poisonous anemone.|
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