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Re: Inane Observations


At 11:30 AM 11/30/1999 -0500, you wrote:
>Jim Hawes wrote:
>
>"On second thought, maybe they should be pruned down to their basic
>meristem, washed for a considerable time, then chemically sterilized and
>cloned in tissue culture???  What do you think???"
>========================================
>
>This is the best argument against human cloning I have seen to date!!
>
>Besides, there is no way washing will remove all of the contamination.
>
>Dan Nelson
>Bridgeville DE
>zone 7
>SussexTreeInc@ce.net
>
>************
To those of you who haven't had the "joy" of seeing the picture---It is
sort of two peas out of a pod----W-e-l-l OK a bean and a pea????  Sort of
the Smothered Brothers--after a long night!!
Ran

>
>

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