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jrj1000 05-24-2009 03:23 AM

DNA Disaster
 
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Science Weekly (CMN)—In a stunning admission researchers at Bukwang-jo Pharmaceuticals in Seoul South Korea have offered an apology for an experiment with Stem cells that "just went too far".

Lead scientist Dr. Hyo Suk Leuen, M.D., Ph.D. from Seoul West University Hospital and his team were investigating the endemic South Korean Fur Seals unique ability to grow fur in extreme wet conditions-for possible military applications.

Their experiments with DNA swapping and stems cells also centered around the Asian Caterpillar.

"Ten weeks ago we went to Phase Three", a tearful Dr.Leuen said at a national press conference attended by some of the worlds top DNA specialists. "What came out of that test tube was fully mobile, and began to grow at an alarming rate".

His research team suddenly realized they had created one of the worlds first seal/caterpillar hybrids. Dubbed the "Leuen Seal-Cat", the unlikely hybrid remains at the labs and continues to shed all over the place.

Dr.Leuen and his team have no immediate plans to create another creature

MSG Glenn 05-24-2009 04:52 AM

Now that is funny. I had a dog that shed all over the place. Couldn't take him for a walk without a pooper scooper.

I can't wait until they cross-breed an Islamic terrorist with a pig.

Exo1 05-24-2009 01:23 PM

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Originally Posted by jrj1000 (Post 85907)
Science Weekly (CMN)—In a stunning admission researchers at Bukwang-jo Pharmaceuticals in Seoul South Korea have offered an apology for an experiment with Stem cells that "just went too far".

Lead scientist Dr. Hyo Suk Leuen, M.D., Ph.D. from Seoul West University Hospital and his team were investigating the endemic South Korean Fur Seals unique ability to grow fur in extreme wet conditions-for possible military applications.

Their experiments with DNA swapping and stems cells also centered around the Asian Caterpillar.

"Ten weeks ago we went to Phase Three", a tearful Dr.Leuen said at a national press conference attended by some of the worlds top DNA specialists. "What came out of that test tube was fully mobile, and began to grow at an alarming rate".

His research team suddenly realized they had created one of the worlds first seal/caterpillar hybrids. Dubbed the "Leuen Seal-Cat", the unlikely hybrid remains at the labs and continues to shed all over the place.

Dr.Leuen and his team have no immediate plans to create another creature

Interesting, I wonder what the Sharks would think of that..... It could be on their "alternate diet plan"... you know, normal seals are too high in fat, afterall with the stress of modern life, maybe the sharks will starting eating the "CatiSeal"... lol.... High in Protein, Low in Fat..... YUMMIE!!...:D

jrj1000 05-25-2009 07:51 AM

Its got to be pi$$ take hasnt it?....if not... its pretty much a big time F-up and they should leave nature alone...I mean wouldnt these peoples brains be put to better use trying to find cures for major diseases and infections.

Making some test-tube love child of a caterpillar and seal?

I mean wheres this gonna end.Humans with giraffe necks for military spotting purposes:rolleyes:

Saying that they have already mixed human DNA with an unknown marine creature.

PM Gordon Brown was the result


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