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05 Aug 2005, 17:32

sad.gif the idea of the mosquito in amber it won't preserve






plus if it happened now we won't have the technology to make the growth quicker we will have to wait a whole 5 years or so.....
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05 Aug 2005, 23:15

Hey it's all dreaming, amber won't work but other ways of making dino-like creatures are possible.
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05 Aug 2005, 23:24

Yes, Tyrannis is right.
And besides, we might not be aqble to use everything preserved in amber -- BUT its still possible to use the small fragments from them.
Aahhh, who knows what can happen in a few years time, huh? wink.gif
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06 Aug 2005, 00:12

yeh this is probably gonna happen in twenty years or so but no scientists have found another way to clone well im lucky im a dreamer smile.gif
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08 Aug 2005, 05:34

Well, if they can clone a Tasmaian Tiger/Wolf --aka-- Thylacine, then I think it maybe possible to move on down the old timeline and try cloning other things...
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08 Aug 2005, 12:27

But we still have actual thylacine hide, skelatons, etc. Wait, does cloning by removing an original egg cell nucleas and replacing it with a complete nucleas of another animals require a nucleas from a living cell?
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10 Aug 2005, 05:50

Yes, it's true that amber can not be used to preserve good enough strands, but we could perhaps combine small fragments found from there with the proteins taken from the thighbone of a dinosaur to perhaps make a full DNA strand. But I doubt that it can be used for cloning.
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11 Aug 2005, 11:14

they cloned tasmanian tiger,really??
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11 Aug 2005, 11:18

i'm not sure if they were still trying it or if they actually succeeded

i have read about that though
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11 Aug 2005, 11:44

were they actually extinct, i believe their were some survivors
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