RE: The "logic" meme

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            < Yes, but what " real science " did not exept to find was that
    > got the symptoms after some time of a much older sheep !!
    > Dolly was never young, she was born old !!
    > Where do you place now the genetic absoluteness !?
    > Circumstancial again !?>
            Well sort of, Kenneth. One of the main objections to human cloning
    in the US the other day, was because of the tendency for cloned animals to
    have all sorts of major problems that mean that even the ones that survive
    to birth often have significant health problems later on.

            <Did anyone look for expressed acquired characteristics/ behavior by
    > Dolly !?
    > I suspect not.>
            How would you tell in a sheep? :-)

            This is one reason to clone humans, I'm with the mad Italian doctor!


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