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DNA can't be recovered from dinosaurs

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...as if hundreds of thousands of geeks suddenly cried out in anguish...

Ps: I'm a geek. ;)

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How do you think they made Stuart Little and G-Force?

Well anything can happen,on our T.V, we have talking dogs/meercats/elephants/and a whole lot more in the adverts,so its gotta be true.!

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Indeed, in Jurassic Park they recovered from mosquitos in amber ;)

Sounds good in Hollywood, but is a similar scenario actually possible?

I remember reading something similar on UM a while ago, I just can't remember if there was any success.

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That stinks that the dna is no good

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well there is another way, how about re-engierneer dinosaur from they actual descendants?

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Well now its definite .No cloned dinos *applause*

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Lol.. It's a known thing that DNA can't be recovered from Dinosaurs. Just for example, even though if they did clone a prehistoric animal successfully..They will kill it again.

Yeah...this is the sad truth. Many animals are killed off by humans. Dinosaurs would be no different.

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my spider senses are tingling. its telling me that christians have found another way to try to disprove science

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It probably just as well. It is unlikely that any dinosaur could survive in the modern world. The O2 content is different, the temperatures and climate is different, their normal food sources are gone, the air and water are polluted, and they would have no resistance to modern diseases. Without being kept in a controlled, sterile environment, they would most likely not even survive the juvenile stage.

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Somehow I get the feeling that creationist will see this as proof of a young earth as they have found dino dna. :w00t:

So we cant bring back the dinosaurs, that doesnt mean we cant try to save some species of animal that are on the brink of extinction or have recently gone extinct from sufficient samples of dna.

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Mammoths are the most important animal to clone. The food and clothing they would provide would be critical for cold countries.

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Mammoths are the most important animal to clone. The food and clothing they would provide would be critical for cold countries.

Seems like a big expense for something that sheep already provide...

And according to some people on UM the world is full of sheep. ;)

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And according to some people on UM the world is full of sheep. ;)

No that would be sheeple. Sheep stand around in fields and go baaaa, sheeple hang out on forum boards and go baaah humbug :w00t:

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No that would be sheeple. Sheep stand around in fields and go baaaa, sheeple hang out on forum boards and go baaah humbug :w00t:

Lol, looks like you know what I meant. :)

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