Saturday, January 29, 2011

'environmentalists' i spat on you....PUI~~~~

I just read a news that kinda spark on my nerves.

It is about 
'Malaysia releasing genetically engineered Aedes aegypti mosquitoes to fight dengue'

Well, as a future to-be biotechnologist(eh hem eh hem) whomever working behind the project have my full support. Dengue have no known cure or vaccine and it killed 134 Malaysian last year

After reading the news, i twisted my brain and though about what kinds of effort our government had put in so far to prevent the spreading of dengue.
and so i concluded on 3....

Number 1: They put up advertisement on all our RTM and even wrote a song for it.


Fill up the blank for me if you know the lyric.

*'I usually switch off the TV or switch to another channel whenever the ads is being broadcaster.'

Number 2: They put up poster and paste it everywhere. Inside the hospital, clinic, school and even roadside.

*'What make you guy think we're going to lay an eye on those boring poster?'

Number3: They sprayed and sprayed and sprayed.....

*'Ello.....Pollution lar.....'

So you see, i must say the effort they put in is really a waste of time and money because Malaysian are just too ignorant(not until it strike and only we'll start regretting)

Now this test here is really something fresh and i think it will be far more effective than all those rubbish i'd mentioned above.

This experiment was aimed at controlling the local mosquito population.

The less it was, the better it is.


By genetically engineered the male Aedes aegypti mosquitoes.


When the female mosquitoes impregnated by the genetically engineered male mosquitoes would then produce no offspring or having offspring with shorter lives.


Read this.....

The plan has sparked criticism by some Malaysian environmentalists (ello....what have you guys contribute to the country so far? Question yourself before you start deceiving others), who fear it might have unforeseen consequences(If that so, then isn't it a bit too early to conclude?), such as the inadvertent creation of uncontrollable (Heck~! Don't you know that it is controllable because of the short life span they possessed) mutated mosquitoes. Critics also say such plans could leave a vacuum in the ecosystem that is then filled by another insect(Insect???? LOL~~~~more concern on the frog first lar dude.....BTW....some biological control will do lar.....) species, potentially introducing new diseases.

If you guys are so concern with those 'UNFORESEEN CONSEQUENCES'. Then start working your ass off on it. By the way, that's your job. 

A typical Malaysian. Trying to steal the limelight from other and only know how to point fingers here and there but never really work out on a solution together. 

Is time to enter the new era of Applied Science before Malaysia di tenggelam zaman. 

1 comment:

  1. whoa, if lidat the mosquito confirm extinct nia~

    you can google for ecological niche, it may explain the vacuum thing and also why its so important and harmful to any small changes in the environment~



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