Posts Tagged ‘Oregon

11
Nov
07

FLASH: The Monkey Could Be His OWN uncle…

In their tireless efforts to bring us closer to the fiery end of the world, American scientists, led by Shoukhrat Mitalipov of the Oregon National Primate Research Center of Beaverton, Oregon, are nearly ready to announce their successful cloning of primate embryos from the skin cells of adult rhesus monkeys.

Read all about it HERE. (click)

The implication, of course, is that we’re another step closer to the successful cloning of adult Homo sapiens. We are, after all, only slightly less-fuzzy primates ourselves.

I’ll keep you posted, dear readers, on any ensuing wrath of God. While you wait, try doing what I do to pass the time: use the letters in “Beaverton, Oregon” to try to spell out “Armageddon.” Or sit in a room and type some Shakespeare through random keystrokes, whatever.

UPDATE: It’s worse than we all thought.  See this exclusive photo:

shocking!

Hell in a handbasket, my pretties…   And your little dog too.

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