Originally Posted by LostMyMap
You can never be wrong.
Sometimes if you get too stuck in the left brain you just can't perceive certain intuitive things...you create your own blind spot by insisting that you already know the necessary components and antecedents to "impossible" events. This is the basis of LoA. As long as it is impossible to you, even if it is actually happening, you may not be able to process or perceive the event. Beliefs are weird like that. False beliefs can actually alter your abilities of perception.
I hope to meet them in my life time. But for now, I'm more interested in the resurrection of the woolly mammoth, that is really going to happen.....soon. No joke.
Bunk. There has never been a successful resurrection of any extinct species because we don't really understand the whole process of mitosis and sexual reproduction. I believe the closest attempt was a gaur in southeast asia? They have has some success with nearly extinct species, though. The extinct species specimens that are recreated have been carried to term, but die shortly after birth.
Anyways, here's some info about that if you are interested...the current technologies are just not successful at these endeavors. Cinema Science: Resurrecting Beasts | Inside NOVA | PBS