I don't know if you guys have heard about this, which you may very well have since it happened YEARS ago, but I just found out about it today. Researchers in Taiwan created 3 male pigs that "glow" in the dark, inside and out. Supposedly, besides this glowing, and a greenish tint to the pig's bodies, they are completely ordinary pigs (though, somehow, I don't buy that.) They did this by adding genetic material from a jelly fish to an ordinary pig embryo. It is said that this would help them with stem cell research as it encodes a protein in the pigs DNA that shows up green. This is just my summary of it, the full story can be found at: news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/4605202.stm Anyhow, I was wondering if anyone knew anything further about this? Also, Do you feel that this is wrong, are you okay with it? Personally, I think it fucked. If pigs were ment to glow theyd do it without our damn help, and there is a possibility that there were side effects to the pigs that were overlooked or completely ignored due to the gene mixing.