Monday, 10 March 2014

Journal: YC116.03.10

You certainly can't fault Saede's enthusiasm and vision. But...

There's a thought I've never put it into words before but I think it needs writing down now, and it goes something like this:

"If I think I can do something amazing and new, I must first ask myself - why has nobody else done it before me?"

Megacorporations love profit. And if the profitable venture in question were something hugely lucrative like, say, practical, affordable, universal cloning, then I'd bet a crate of the finest Wiyrk Haklen that if it could be done profitably, then one of the big biotech corps like Genolution, Poteque or Zainou would have figured out how by now.

That's not to say it's impossible for us to pioneer something truly new, of course. It could genuinely be that Saede's thought of something that simply never occurred to any of the thousands of cloning, microcybernetic and neuroscientific experts on Zainou's payroll.

But I wouldn't bet on it.

Save. End.

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