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Pet Cloning

Blumlein 88

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#62
Aren't you locked into that Karmic rebirth cycle, already? The queue is never ending. :p
Well is not the hope that if he measures well in this life, he'll measure better in the next cycle?

And if he does not measure up well in this life, in the next he'll be a designer for Schiit. :p
 

Wombat

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Well is not the hope that if he measures well in this life, he'll measure better in the next cycle?

And if he does not measure up well in this life, in the next he'll be a designer for Schiit. :p
Which way does Microsoft experience fall? :)
 

cjfrbw

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I have parrots. They haven't changed much in the 36 years I have had them around. They are thinking of cloning me.
 

Theo

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#67
Human clones have been existing forever. They are called twins (homozygotes). They are usually raised in a similar way (sometimes parents dress them the same). And they are very different when you get to know them! So, I suppose that we could duplicate our body ( or pet), but the personality? Still, I would gladly exchange a few worn out body parts, like my hears?
 
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#69
How precise is the cloning at this point? Meaning do they get one successful cloned pet for each attempt? If not then what happens to the ones that aren't exact matches? I read an article years ago (so things may have improved) where they said it often took multiple tries to get exact color and marking matches.
Even if I was tempted to clone a beloved pet I'd hate to think of the almost right ones ending up at bad homes or at rescues.
 
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