I wonder if there would be any benefit to that?
Of course, this a ROR crowd, software invented by a business school grad/game review writer, so it's can be an uphill battle explaining this stuff.
* argumentum ad verecundiam
* ad hominem
Clojure tends to emphasise simple components that do specific tasks; so core.logic focuses on logic programming and not, for instance, persistence or atomicity. Because it's so focused, it's more capable in its particular area of expertise than a more general tool like SQL.