Tell me step by step how to clone prehistoric insects from their fossils in order to bring them to life and spread em across the world.
Cloning recently extinct animals is pretty hard today, let alone long-extinct ones. Sure, insects might be easier to clone than mammals or birds, but we're a long way off from mass-cloning of extinct organisms. Especially if OP's going for giant Carboniferous insects like the pic related. The DNA simply couldn't survive that long (350+ million years), and you'd need a good habitat for them too. The oxygen-rich Pennsylvanian swamps of Calamites and other giant mosses don't exist anymore. Any Arthropelura in today's world would asphyxiate in the modern air or be killed by plant toxins/vertebrate predators.
first and foremost the dna locations and extraction process would be easy, the inner mucus which is the fluids that power the innards of the bugs would preserve dna to be used, by what ever nazi faggot is letting nazi faggot scientists BE NAZI FAGGOTS.. but hey wtf u gonna do.
Insects breathe passively through diffusion points, typically on the underside of their bodies. Increase O2 concentration and the distance to the center of the body that oxygen can reach effectively increases.
So is it possible to use selective breeding on a very large group of insects and feed them with excess oxgen which again breeds with other experiment insects, so with every generation, their size slowly increase to massive levels ?