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Science Fiction meets Science Fact?
[b]Jurassic Spark: Scientists in Japan Revive 28,000-Year-Old Woolly Mammoth Cells[/b]
Scientists in Osaka, Japan have succeeded in prodding cells from a 28,000-year-old woolly mammoth into showing signs of "limited biological activity."
The Kindai University noted that despite the fact that they had yet to see cell division, their research "suggests that, despite the years that have passed, cell activity can still happen and parts of it can be recreated."
The University said the research represented a "significant step toward bringing mammoths back from the dead."
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16 replies
Mar 15, 2019
DonaldTrumpet · 70-79, M
Is TahTz opraZh On her waYZ to the dentisTz?
Vivaci · 41-45, F
[@467787,DonaldTrumpet] Respect that woman, Trumpy. She's healed so many souls and given so much in charity. 😠
DonaldTrumpet · 70-79, M
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Vivaci · 41-45, F
[@467787,DonaldTrumpet] Whatever does that mean now? 😑
That would be great. Elephants are slowly going extinct, so bringing back other varieties is a great idea.
Gusman · 56-60, M
[@1026,GeorgeWashingtonJr] The question is, how long would they last until we hunted them out of existence again?
[@546016,Gusman] That's depressing, all that effort to bring them back, just so Donald Trump Jr. can shoot them all.
Lostpoet · 31-35, M
That's crazy
Vivaci · 41-45, F
Woww!!! 😍
AlasPoorYorick · 46-50, M
Isn’t this how Rodan started?
Gusman · 56-60, M
[@371623,AlasPoorYorick] Yes. It may also progress to the implications of the Series, Zoo.
Where the animals said, "No More" and started wiping out humans.
Humbug · 51-55, M
Im against this one. Don’t mess with nature
abe182 · 41-45, M
I would love to see that!
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