Chemist claims first cloned human

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  1. Tiger_Barb

    Tiger_Barb Registered Member

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    Really don't know it this is a good thing, but if they did it .... can I get some DNA from Forum Admin and all the Mods so I can have my own set here with me :) :D :D ;) ;)

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  2. Pieter_Arntz

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    Hi Tiger Barb,

    My girlfriend says: "Why settle for a copy. How much can she get for the original?" ;)

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    Pieter
     
  3. Tiger_Barb

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    Pieter,

    I'm sure she wouldn't give you up for anything ;), but if she can throw in James Hetfield :) I need to talk with her....

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  4. Krusty

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    A human robotic or real human.....a clone....hhmmm...I wouldn´t like to be a clone for sure, being a lab rat :'( the whole life. After couple of months there will be 2 clones more I read news.....

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  5. Pieter_Arntz

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    If she had James Hetfield she wouldn´t be asking ;)
    Unless you had Richard Gere stashed away somewhere (the 30 year old clone).

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  6. Paul Wilders

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    I'd rather not run into myself :D.

    regards.

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  7. Tiger_Barb

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    Hi Paul ;),

    Just think about all the other people it will make happy :) because we have 2 of you and if you did run into yourself, think of all the devilish:D things you could come up witho_O??

    Hope you had a great Xmas and a better New Year....

    T Barb
     
  8. Primrose

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    Santa did not bring me a chemistry set this year :D so there is no fear I will blow up the house as I never ordered one of those dolls ;)


    CLONE DOC'S JOY OF SECTS
    http://www.newsoftheworld.co.uk/news/news2.html

    Fertility experts pour scorn on cloned baby claims
    http://www.guardian.co.uk/genes/article/0,2763,866245,00.html
     
  9. Acadia

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    It is some sort of an UFO religious Cult that is claiming this ... enough said.

    (BTW Tiger, do you by chance have an aquarium; Tiger Barbs are one of my aquarium favorite fish).
     
  10. Tiger_Barb

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    Hi Acadia,

    I did when I was younger but not now, Angels where my fav. Barbara is my middle name, Maria is my first name (being Italian, to many Maria's in the family, everyone called me Barb)...Got the Tiger from my grandma........

    T Barb
     
  11. Jooske

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    No exact cloning necessary, but a brain transplant and keep all your memory with you in the new surrounding would be really nice.
    Or they should take parts for the cloning but first put it in a centrifuge to keep only the good parts :p and the brain transplant for sure; would not like nobody to experience all again, finding the wheel again and all that.
    Maybe we ever find out we all are just one big experience from a big lab.
     
  12. Krusty

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    Never heard about flying disks eventhough I am an alien
    http://cooltech.iafrica.com/science/192647.htm

    :D
     
  13. Tiger_Barb

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    Hi Jooske'

    Could not have said it better....Good thinking girl :)......

    T Barb
     
  14. Krusty

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    Seriously taken.....we have overpopulation without clones....people is starving already....they fight for space....refugees all over the world.....masses of people without any job .....including myself......so where do we need more people; who cares they are called "clones" ? I won´t breed for that particular reason. All of problems are caused because of overpopulation. http://skins.hotbar.com/skins/mailskins/em/062802/062802fire_prv.gif

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    Root

    Awesome site man......I have seen many of them but this was quite new for me :) thanx

    *Ari*
     
  17. Primrose

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    Russia offers mothers a free home if they promise to bear three babies
    (Filed: 27/12/2002)


    Drastic steps are being taken to halt the falling birth rate in Russia.
    Julius Strauss reports from Zolotukha

    The deal Natasha was offered was simple: prove she was fertile, that her husband was not an alcoholic and agree to having three children in five years.

    In exchange the local council would buy her a house of her own. Providing she fulfilled her child-bearing obligations there would be no repayments to make, and, after five years, nothing owing.

    The babies-for-houses scheme was introduced this year in Ahtubinsk, a poverty-stricken region of southern Russia. It is a desperate attempt to reverse the falling birthrate, that, if it is not checked, will depopulate swathes of the area.

    The problem is one shared by the whole of Russia. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Aids, alcoholism and poverty have pushed the country's population into decline.



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    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/main.jhtml?xml=/news/2002/12/27/wbaby27.xml&sSheet=/news/2002/12/27/ixworld.html&secureRefresh=true&_requestid=120389
     
  18. Jooske

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    Imagine what cloning could do here, certainly quicker and outcome might be predictable. Brave new world........
    In Rumania every woman was forced to get 6 children at least, they did not clone yet as far as we know, but we've seen the sad results. In history there have been so many governmental actions to manipulate birthrates.
    In my country it is we have both too many kids and too few to take care for older populations as people get too old, and there are too many unemployed. So what to do, keeping ethics in mind?

    Re your other posting Krusty, it is not that there would be too many people, but spreading of them and resources are not balanced as in fact there is more then enough for everybody; we just need to learn to share equally and not mounting up prices for the personal welbeing of a handfull of world leaders.
    You will love the books of Sitchin and what we write about all those subjects in my newsgroup www.topica.com/lists/SpeakIt
     
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    "There is enough in this world for everyone's need, but not for everyone's greed." -- Mahatma Gandhi
     
  20. Krusty

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    For how long for everyone´s need ?
    The counter runs......
    http://www.ibiblio.org/lunarbin/worldpop

    :'( 'Ari*


    Problems listed here:
    http://www.overpopulation.org/
     
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    Very interesting Krusty. I never knew so much of that was still being reported as it has died down in the news considerably.
    It is amazing how much the news media shapes our thinking and awareness if we do not take a proactive stance towards being aware of the world we live in.
     
  23. CarolinaMoonshine

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    :D Obviously we are not alone!

    Cloning is just the explanation for baby aliens being born to take over the planet!

    Happy New Year Everyone! ;)
     
  24. Jooske

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    Hm :) We all are? Maybe? Who's watching our evolvements?

    BTW: if you now look at www.rense.com there are several interesting stories about this and more links.
     

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