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September 16, 2020

HUGH HEFNER

Scientists find world's oldest sperm in Myanmar amber

(Thanks to Matt Filar)

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So if they now can find a fossilized ostracod egg, can they make a new fossil ostracod?

I have never watched Days of Our Lives, but I would if the episode showing close-ups of how she must have been fertilized shortly before being trapped in the tree resin were re-aired.

C'mon Man!

I've seen reports where the backlog in rape kits have taken years to be examined, so this is just more of that.

Wang He of the Chinese Academy of Science said that this happened so long ago, there is no definite proof the Ostracod,s name was Amber.

I'm not so sure the Rolling Stones weren't around back then.

This may explain the current power struggle in Washington.

How does this differ from Burmese sperm in amber ?

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