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Re: [Re: Clone]
"Jeffrey Martz" <email@example.com> wrote:
> Considering that Jurassic Park is fiction and never really happened,
What do you mean it never really happened??? Didn't you see how
scientifically accurate it was? :)
> genetic tinkering with bovines is hardly "Jurassic Park all over again".
> is probably worth mentioning that the only connection that cloning or any
> kind of genetic engineering has to dinosaur science at this time is as a
> plot device in a couple popular books and movies with dinosaurs in them.
> This thread was overextended from the start and has nothing to do with
> dinosaurs besides incorporating the word "Jurassic". Let it slip into a
> lysine deficient coma and die.
> By the way, does anyone know how to convert Euros into dollars?
I think that the only way that dinos could be cloned is if we managed to
clone the oldest true bird that we can clone, then take it's DNA and reformat
it ourselves to make it into dinosaur DNA, which I don't *think* we have the
technology for yet. But, hey, I'm all for the cloning of extinct species, no
matter what they are! But, I heard from some Discovery Channel (or one of
those cool channels that have spawned off of it) that some people have some
dino DNA in a freezer somewhere.... Anymore info on this?
PS. I think if you're really good at art, you could get some green paint
and then get a Euro and paint a George Washington on there and some other
stuff to make it look like an American dollar. Or you could just cross out
with a black marker all the distinguishing features of a Euro, THEN paint on
the distinguishing features of an American dollar.... but, I'm not sure if you
really want to do that.... it's not really legal...
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