After the researches evolute more, let's just transplant our brains to our
decerebrated clone, and earn some more
life years... (as I had already previewed as obvious...( while we not
artificialize our brains...)).
Let's pre-celebrate !!!!
At 16:54 19/10/97 -0400, you wrote:
>It was in today's Atlanta Constitution, section B, page 1.
>Done by people at Bath University. There was a quote from
>a professor Jonathan Slack:
>"Instead of growing an intact embryo, you could genetically
>reprogram the embryo to suppress growth in all the parts of
>the body except the bits you want, plus a heart and blood
>Apparently, they are going to raise these things in some kind
>of artificial womb, and believe that "incomplete" embryos
>could bypass legal restrictions/ethical concerns.
>Thom Quinn wrote:
>> Where did they do this? What paper did you read this in?
>> Anyone have a hyperlink?
>> Thom Q
>> > In the paper today- British scientists have created headless frogs,
>> > and believe the technique could be used to create headless human
>> > clones for the purposes of organ transplants. Cool.
>> > --
>> > The future has arrived; it's just not evenly distributed.
>> > -William Gibson
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