Re: human cloning

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From: David Crook (
Date: Wed Sep 27 2000 - 14:50:01 PDT

I seriously doubt that my clone(s) will be out drinking as much as I have,
with them locked up in the closet and all. So their parts should be in
pretty good shape.

I still can't figure out what they are using the technology for. I mean,
making a new baby should be a fun recreational activity. They should be
coming up with more commerically viable uses. Just think how much record
companies would pay to fill up missing slots for generic boy and girl band
groups. No more time wasting auditions, just pick out a couple of EJ' and
JT's from the boy-band catalog and off the cloning vats for the next set of
future Grammy winners.


At 02:39 PM 9/27/00 -0700, wrote:
>Wasn't some study done though that showed the age of the cells of the cloned
>sheep was the same as the age of the sheep they were cloned from? (In other
>words use for body parts is tough....)
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "David Crook" <>
>To: "John Klassa" <>; <>
>Sent: Wednesday, September 27, 2000 2:26 PM
>Subject: Re: human cloning
>> At 04:53 PM 9/27/00 -0400, John Klassa wrote:
>> >
>> >[ No (personal) bits... I'm too dumbstruck. I'm not liking where this
>> > stuff is headed. ]
>> >
>> > CLONAID Will Soon Start Cloning the First Human Baby
>> >
>> >
>> > CLONAID Web Site
>> >
>> I don't like it either. I looked all over the clonaid site and there
>> wasn't a signup form anywhere. I'm already 31 and I'm going to have to
>> a move on if I'm going to have a few clones on hand for spare parts in the
>> coming years. Where the hell am I going to get a new liver from now?
>> Dave

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