British biotech company Oxitec conducted a 27-month long experiment in 2013 Jacobina, Brazil, aimed at reducing the local mosquito population by 90 percent while preserving the genetic integrity of the local insect population
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So... the scientists created a generation of "soy boy" incel male mosquitoes that the females avoided - SOUNDS FAMILIAR

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There's a Roger Corman movie in there somewhere.

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Did it backfired????, Or is it just the first step to a large scale population control. I guess we will soon find out when out mosquito overlords destroy us while sipping DDT.

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Don't fool Mother Nature...

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Taking a problem...and making it worse. Typical

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We never thought the modified DNA would windup in the wild population. And these people are the experts...

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Who'd a thunk...

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I really hate when I click on a Drudge link and it takes me to InfoWars.

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They did so well with the African bees cross-breeding with the European bees in America, didn't they? They only created Killer Bees.

What could possibly go wrong?

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FFS know it alls who messed things up

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