Possible Animal Cloning

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The sightings in the northeastern part
of the U.S. have been in my nightmares
for months. The movie that depicted
the cloning of dinosaurs on an island may
be less imagination than even the writers
were aware of. We all know that science
has accomplished the feat of cloning
cellular DNA, but those in power have
assured us that human cloning will not
be tolerated. Animals on the other hand
have always been tested and tortured
for the sake of science, and who knows
what monsters have been born in some
lab just down the road from the local
Y.M.C.A. Is it not possible that some
mad scientist decided that his theories
and his monster needed exposure into
a real enviroment. Like your backyard?
Could this unknown species be a result
of cloning? Or could terrorism be attacking our eco-system?
 

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There is a current shortage of dinosaura worldwide.
 
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Animal cloning

Thank you Homo

I'm not exactly sure what you meant but
I do appreciate the reply....Please feel
free to elaborate as I 'am extremely
curious. Is this some sort of warning?
 
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ana erie said:
The sightings in the northeastern part
of the U.S. .. cloning of dinosaurs..

There have been sightings of dinosaurs?
Where?
By whom?
Who told you they'd seen dinosaurs?
Got any pictures?

mooks (under the jeep) out

PS I believe Homo Aves had spotted that the we're currently out of dinosaurs in the early the 21st century.

PPS Live ones, that is.
 
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No Dinosaur sightings!

My point was that the Animals sighted
in the northeastern part of the U.S. in
recent weeks, that could not be identified as common wildlife to that area, could
possibly be the result of animal cloning.
Its also possible that it was a sick animal
or a mutation in nature. But several sightings of the same creature in different states leads me to ponder other possibilities.
 

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Well, I wouldn't say it's impossible, I suppose. But for something to be 'cloned', it'd need to be replicated from a known animal, right? (ie Dolly the Sheep is exactly like Dolly the Sheep).

If these animals don't seem to resemble the known fauna in Maryland, or wherever, wouldn't a new (or at least newly virulent) skin/hair disease running though fox or coyote populations seem a more likely answer?

I mean, as speculation it's fine, though I'd hate to see your imagination running away with you. But I'm not sure how you're coming up with cloning or mad-scientist experiment gone amok as a solution to the mystery animal sightings and photos.
 
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Animal Cloning

Here's the crazy thing, Science has never
given the public their discoveries on the
moment of impact! The Answering Machine was invented in the 1940's, how
long did it take to become a household
appliance? Do you honestly believe that
restructuring DNA or cross-splicing DNA
in cloning has not been attempted?
We are not always privey to Scientific
Discoveries. Just look at the Freedom of
Information Act and how much remains
in blacked out magic marker! Dont assume that what we know as "scientific
fact" is the truth and nothing but the
truth.....History has proven that science
and technology is always ahead of
public awareness and world economics.
 

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Didn't know that. Magic markers come in black? Why wasn't I told, I want answers people!...

*{'Splash get up from desk, flings tin-foil hat at consultancy services director and storms through office, yelling at the staff}*
 
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Colorful Markers!

LOL....

They also come in red, green, blue, I
could go on an on.....But thanks for
the reply and the stop by!
 

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No, I was a little tongue in cheek...

What I really mean is that even though the technology `may` be avalible to make cross spiecies, I doubt that an example would survive in the wild. And no laboritory would risk one getting loose, that is the stuff of hokey SF

Plenty of dinos round here. had one for dinner. <winks>
 

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Barbra Streisand explains why she cloned her dog:
https://www.nytimes.com/2018/03/02/style/barbra-streisand-cloned-her-dog.html

Well, she didn't, she got a scientist who could have been working on something important to do it for her. It kind of makes sense in that she wanted a dog (two, in fact) which looked exactly the same as her deceased pet, but surely there are easier ways, and enough dogs who don't have a home she could have adopted? You can't clone a doggy soul (if they have souls).
 

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Perhaps you can clone a doggy soul. That is one of the questions this technology can help us answer.
 

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Perhaps you can clone a doggy soul. That is one of the questions this technology can help us answer.

We don't even have technology that can prove humans have souls, so I don't hold out much hope for pet souls.
 
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