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Scientists Could Clone Exint Animals In The Future..

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Scientists clone from frozen miceJapanese scientists have managed to create clones from the bodies of mice which have been frozen for 16 years.Cloning has largely been done using just live donor cells, transferring their DNA to recipient eggs.Using previously frozen cells runs the risk of ice damage to the DNA unless carefully handled.The scientists in Kobe, Japan, said their technique raised the possibility of recreating extinct creatures, such as mammoth, from their frozen remains.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/sci/tech/7707498.stmso theoretically, i guess, that means crynogenics might work, although it wont be the same person, it'd be an exact copy

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this might sound stupid but why the f*ck would you want to do that?think a dodo is the only thing i'd like to see f*ck bringing mammoths and dinosaurs back lol

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why would they want to tho. what purpose does it serve?llow just doing sh*t just to do it
save animals that are nearly extictor some sh*t

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why would they want to tho. what purpose does it serve?llow just doing sh*t just to do it
save animals that are nearly extictor some sh*t
that makes sense but bringing back animals that have been extinct for millions of years makes no sense

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im tellin u the world is over soon.obama the antichrist being prez soon.this cloning sh*t.economyits all too much for me.i jus want to be able to commit crime in peace without all these worries.
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DON'T BELIEVE THE HYPE

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First animals, then sooner or later humans. :/Scientists should be spending more of their time finding cures for cancer, aids e.t.c, then trying to play God

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First animals, then sooner or later humans. :/Scientists should be spending more of their time finding cures for cancer, aids e.t.c, then trying to play God
how do you know thee techniques wont help cure cancer doe?viagra was developed to treat heart problems n sh*t n look where it ended up

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i think its quite likely from a sci fi perspective that the cure for cancer and aids is in something we have already destroyed such as a dodo egg

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I would bring back a Velociraptor then train it like a pit and roll a round with it. Maybe have it in a few music videos on the ends get me.

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i think its quite likely from a sci fi perspective that the cure for cancer and aids is in something we have already destroyed such as a dodo egg
then u have to send someone like will smith back in time to get it?
with johnny depp as his sidekick.
potentially but this new technology will render the time travel excess to requirements im thinking more alng the lines of jurassic park but thats a ttechnicalityalso can i be t he first to say will smith for president 2016

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sick i knew they cud do it in theory a while agohopefully they manage to bring back something add this to the face i found out theres actually a gundam academyhumans>>>>>>>>>>god

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add this to the face i found out theres actually a gundam academy
wut

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add this to the face i found out theres actually a gundam academy
wut
fact*not sure what happened therebut yer"For most universities around the world illegal meteor-mining, politically explosive space colonies and wars waged between teenagers in robot battle suits are treated as the stuff of pure fantasy.For Japan, they are the stuff of high academia.In an attempt to inject “the most inventive possible thinking” into Japan, representatives of many of its most august universities are to become a “virtual faculty” of the Gundam Academy — the first academic institution based on a cartoon.Next year dozens of engineers, astrophysicists, doctors, anthropologists, linguists — even town planners — will begin discussing how to convert the science-fiction series Gundam, created by Yoshiyuki Tomino, 66, into reality. "

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add this to the face i found out theres actually a gundam academy
wut
fact*not sure what happened therebut yer"For most universities around the world illegal meteor-mining, politically explosive space colonies and wars waged between teenagers in robot battle suits are treated as the stuff of pure fantasy.For Japan, they are the stuff of high academia.In an attempt to inject “the most inventive possible thinking” into Japan, representatives of many of its most august universities are to become a “virtual faculty” of the Gundam Academy — the first academic institution based on a cartoon.Next year dozens of engineers, astrophysicists, doctors, anthropologists, linguists — even town planners — will begin discussing how to convert the science-fiction series Gundam, created by Yoshiyuki Tomino, 66, into reality. "
Finally, a sensible use for my degree! :D (Although I haven't really watched Gundam)

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Gundam academy can be doneabsolutely no reason why notits an aeroplane in the shape of a personthats nuffin

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its an aeroplane in the shape of a personthats nuffin
i am creasedingi am signing up to pilot a gundamwhere do i sign

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