Saturday, April 5, 2008

'Monstrous' human-cow embryos survive

By Grant McArthur

April 03, 2008 01:38am

Article from: Herald Sun

* Human-cow embryo created in world-first experiment
* Embryo survives for three days
* Critics say development is 'monstrous'

HUMAN-cow embryos have been created in a world first at Newcastle University in England, hailed by the scientific community, but labelled "monstrous" by opponents.

A team has grown hybrid embryos after injecting human DNA into eggs taken from cows' ovaries, which had most of their genetic material removed.



The nerds at Newcastle are a bit behind the curve on this DNA stuff.
My friends Dad and Highwayman could give you an ear full on this subject and from what I see on the innertubes the NWO has been playing around with DNA for years. Do you remember the TV series in the 1980's about the dude that could change into an animal?

Manimal was a television series that ran from September 30, 1983 to December 17, 1983 on NBC. It is about a shape-shifting man who can turn himself into any animal, and uses this ability to fight crime. It starred the British actor Simon MacCorkindale.

Opening narration

For every episode except for the pilot, actor William Conrad recites the opening narration that tells of Chase's wealthy present life and his early days in Africa with his missionary father.
“ Dr. Jonathan Chase... wealthy, young, handsome. A man with the brightest of futures. A man with the darkest of pasts. From Africa's deepest recesses, to the rarefied peaks of Tibet, heir to his father's legacy and the world's darkest mysteries. Jonathan Chase, master of the secrets that divide man from animal, animal from man... Manimal!

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