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From the BBC:

Japanese scientists have managed to create clones from the bodies of mice
which have been frozen for 16 years.

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The scientists in Kobe, Japan, said the technique raised the possibility of
recreating extinct creatures such as mammoths from their frozen remains.

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lyle fairfield
Nov 4 '08 #1
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"lyle fairfield" <ly******@yah00.cawrote in message
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From the BBC:

Japanese scientists have managed to create clones from the bodies of mice
which have been frozen for 16 years.

....

The scientists in Kobe, Japan, said the technique raised the possibility
of
recreating extinct creatures such as mammoths from their frozen remains.
But cloning can have horrific results. They tried to clone John Lennon
twice and got the Gallagher brothers.

Nov 4 '08 #2

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But cloning can have horrific results. *They tried to clone John Lennon
twice and got the Gallagher brothers.
Even worse

They tried to clone Larry Linson from comp.databases.ms-access
and got Larry Linson of microsoft.public.access.
Even salt and vinegar don't help.
Nov 4 '08 #3

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On Tue, 04 Nov 2008 08:52:33 GMT, lyle fairfield <ly******@yah00.ca>
wrote:

Did the Raelians make it over the land bridge into Japan?

-Tom.
Microsoft Access MVP

>From the BBC:

Japanese scientists have managed to create clones from the bodies of mice
which have been frozen for 16 years.

....

The scientists in Kobe, Japan, said the technique raised the possibility of
recreating extinct creatures such as mammoths from their frozen remains.
Nov 4 '08 #4

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This is great news! I've been thinking I've been so busy that I could use an
employee, but a clone would be better! Give us a link so we can get moving
on this... :)
"lyle fairfield" <ly******@yah00.cawrote in message
news:Xn**********************@216.221.81.119...
From the BBC:

Japanese scientists have managed to create clones from the bodies of mice
which have been frozen for 16 years.

....

The scientists in Kobe, Japan, said the technique raised the possibility
of
recreating extinct creatures such as mammoths from their frozen remains.

--
lyle fairfield
Nov 4 '08 #5

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Japanese scientists have managed to create clones from the bodies of mice
which have been frozen for 16 years.
But do you have to first freeze the MVP to clone them?

Volunteers?

Bob
Nov 4 '08 #6

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