Well, that helps with naming clarity.
Management thinks using IPs as unique identifiers is fine. And that they'll never change.
To naming a kernel after penguins....
which makes no fucking sense at all.
People have been cloning live, unfrozen mammals for 20 years now.
Giant hairy elephants, or just hairy elephants?
Good to know.
This sounds more like you didn't take care of your stuff and then it took a shit on you. Sadly that is fairly common amongst most people. Why should they have to change belts, hoses, fluids, spark plugs, filters, the car still runs and there isn't a light on so they think they are good to go. I had a discussion like this with my step father who said he only goes and gets the oil changed on vehicles when the light comes on. The light he was referring to was the red idiot light on the dash telling you your oil pressure has dropped too low either because it cant pump the thick crud or it isn't sucking up enough oil to maintain pressure.
Also, directly to wcrowe's point, from that article:
Making cloned mammals was highly inefficient (Dolly was the only lamb that survived to adulthood from 277 attempts - although by 2014 Chinese scientists were reported to have 70-80% success rates cloning pigs)
Why do so many people keep missing the point that Dolly wasn't dead when cloned? Or frozen?
Also, I didn't realize Dolly was named after Dolly Parton because the cloned cells came from the mammary gland of the donor.
I don't think they freeze the embryos, do they?
Just the separate zygotes.
Not sure it really matters either way, but some people get squeamish about such things.
Would a nearby supernova that happened to sterilize Earth be evil?
From our point of view, yes.