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Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
RiskyRob
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03-15-2019 05:18 AM

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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
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Mr ifnoc nli  Wrote: (03-15-2019 04:46 AM)
RiskyRob  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:54 AM)
Fake news. Read the report chumps!

A tiny bit of internal cell activity. The cells themselves were irreparably damaged by being frozen.

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You're looking at the wrong side son. It is called intact DNA. Who gives af about the cell activity measured. Because any triggered activity of nuclei, mean cornucopia! Do you know what a cornucopia is? It's kind of the same thing as Pandoras' Box. Or opening the proverbial Can of Worms. You haven't a clue what you are talking about.

Actually, I've studied Bioscience at a major US University.

In the abstract, there's no mention of intact DNA

"some mammoth cell nuclei began to take up mouse cell nuclear proteins in the mouse oocytes, and cells shaped as those do before division were observed.”

“Furthermore, a part of the mammoth nuclei started to form a partial nucleus-like structure, and this newly formed structure was eventually incorporated into the cell nucleus of the mouse oocyte.”

Other reports on this research specifically clarify that these findings were in no way a preliminary to "cloning", and that the tissue was badly degraded by being frozen.

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Post: #17
RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:46 AM)
LoP Guest  Wrote: (03-15-2019 12:41 AM)
Mmm... Mammoth Burgers.

They actually did that with an old froen mammoth.

http://mentalfloss.com/article/57100/tim...ved-dinner

It was frozen fast enough to remain edible, even after a quater million years. a 3-5 tonne beast fash frozen that quick is bonkers.

I like stories like this because they are so bizarre and exaggerated.

When you read the story, the Mammoth supposedly came from Akutan Island in the Bering Sea. It has actually been determined that the last living American Mammoths died of dehydration around 5600 years ago on Saint Paul Island, AK, which is about 60 miles north and west of Akutan.

Meanwhile, the last Mammoths on Earth lived on Wrangel Island in the Chukchi Sea about 1600 years later, around 2000 BCE.

In reality, he attendees probably ate moose or carribou meat and were told it was mammoth as proven by the tusks that were brought in as a Pay-off or Convincer.

I used to doubt psychology until I met so many of you suffering from Apophenia and Pareidolia.
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RE: Researchers ‘Revive’ Woolly Mammoth Cell Nuclei
Creating our own endangered species -- to get ivory. wonderful.
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