From Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood, page 57:
'Be that as it may,' she said -- a sign that she wasn't going to give in. 'Be that as it may, there's research and there's research. What you're doing -- this pig brain thing. You're interfering with the building blocks of life. It's immoral. It's...sacrilegious.'
It's Tuesday, Where Are You? is hosted by an adventure in reading.
Hm, where am I? That's a good question. It's sometime in the future and I think I'm in Canada, or what used to be Canada. The world is topsy turvy and I suspect that genetic engineering has pretty much ruined life on Earth.