Re-creating Booger: WFFOT

A South Korean company says it has taken its first order for the cloning of a pet dog.A woman from the United States wants her dead pit bull terrier – called Booger – re-created.RNL Bio is charging the woman, from California, $150,000 to clone the pit bull using tissue extracted from its ear before it died.

The work will be carried out by a team from Seoul National University, where the first dog was cloned in 2005. source

Progress in the science of cloning, while flying under the radar, continues overseas, while the ethics of cloning are largely ignored.  It’s time to have a public discussion.

This is the World Famous Friday Open Thread, A Free Speech Zone.

WFFOT: Cloned from tissue extracted from previous WFFOT threads


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  1. thanks for the linkage!..I hadnt heard bout this at all…~!:)

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    While flight records brought him his greatest fame, Fossett, who was paunchy for most of his life, also climbed some of the world’s best-known peaks, including the Matterhorn in Switzerland and Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania. (Everest did elude him.) With top notch endurance and concentration, he swam the English Channel and completed the Boston Marathon, the Ironman Triathlon, the Iditarod dog sled race, and, as part of a team, the 24 Hours of Le Mans car race.

    “Steve’s lived his life to the full, and he hasn’t wasted a minute of his life,” Fossett’s rival-turned-comrade, British billionaire Sir Richard Branson, had said as the search went on. “Everything he’s done, he’s taken a calculated risk with.”

    But Fossett was on a pleasure flight when he vanished and not looking for a dry lake bed to use as a surface on which to set the world land speed record, as was initially reported, according to his wife’s petition.

    The definition of living life to it’s fullest.

  3. Oh, and just for the record, I re-create boogers all the time. It’s easy… 😆

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