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Kink, I'm not going to goKink, I'm not going to go point by point with you, but you totally lost face with your "gene splicing gone wrongâ€ statement. Oh no, they digested some plasmids with restriction endonucleases oh my god!!! Do you have any idea what you just said? "Gene splicing"? Learn to google before you write something stupid. As a scientist, I can say that Scott's idea is not only original to the extreme, but plausible. This is a far cry from the shit we get from the fuckn' authors these days. Using software to recreate a shared ancestor of extant species is utterly novel in horror fiction. It is the intelligent man's fiction. Your confusion with 'another genetic experiment gone bad' just shows your inability to detect Scott's skill. The list goes on and on about bullshit impossibile stores that make no sense. Modern movies and stories are riddled with shitty concepts, tiptoeing around violence, and an all to frequent willingness to compromise to make a buck. Holy shit, Scott actually had a man punch a woman in his book! Imagine that a willingness to stick to his guns for the storys sake. Go back to your Matrix "using humans as batteries implausibility", Star-Trek "humans with pointy ears", the Green Mile woopdie-fuckn'-do, genetic experiments gone bad fiction, unexplained giant ape monsters, and compromised for the masses shit. I gladly surrender all the shitty fiction to you. Take it, it is yours. Lick it, King/Koontz fanboy. Xenophanes "Sigler Fanboy"