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January 22, 2013

'ADVENTUROUS' IS ONE WORD FOR IT

Harvard professor "adventurous" woman to give birth to Neanderthal clone

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson, Omniskeptic, Joe in Japan, Bill Hudgins and Bill from Salisbury)

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A new source of politicians and auto mechanics?

What could possibly go wrong?

The zombie apocalypse will start in Berlin.

My hometown football team always seems to need football linemen. On the plus side: Maturing quicker than humans, average height 5"5-5"6 would mean the quarterback could get away with being just six feet tall On the minus side: the 170 pounds might need to be beefed up a little.

Something might have to be done about their standardized test scores, but I could see having a roster of six or seven. Might need to adapt the helmets, but that's not a big deal.

I think they out a word.

Hey, I've got nothing to do for nine months.

Thot-provokin' quote: " ... chop this genome up into, say, 10,000 chunks ... "

We're gonna need a smaller meat cleaver ... a LOT smaller ...

I think the important question here is, how much does it pay?

I think he's too late.
Hasn't he ever watched Fox News?

I sent this in because it was bizarre enough for the blog, but it does raise some serious questions. For example, in the unlikely case that they bring a viable fetus to term, what will they or we as a society do with the child? He or she will be l like us but not like us, the same but different, a part of society yet somehow alien. Oh, of course. Nevermind. Washington.

By the time the experiment is ready, Honey Boo Boo will be a prime candidate.

Some of the problems have already been considered in depth.

Update: story blamed on neanderthal reporter.

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