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Re: [UFOnet] Clonaid/UFO scam about to colapse.

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  • Roger Anderton
    DNA testing would not have existed in 1978 to validate such a claim; so they would have been unable to prove it by those means. And if they had been able to
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 1, 2003
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      DNA testing would not have existed in 1978 to validate such a claim; so they
      would have been unable to prove it by those means. And if they had been able
      to prove it ,then they had suddenly found it had become a criminal act. So
      no wonder they shut up in 1978.

      As to the 2002 case; it begs the question have they done it again or is it
      the first time, and if they REALLY have done it are they properly navigating
      the legal issues that could make them criminals?


      The way that Humans engage in controversial issues like this, it makes a
      big mess. Ideally it is a Simple Issue, but Humans go out of their way to
      find a way to complicate things.

      When Columbus made the controversial move of sailing West, it took hundreds
      of years of squabbling to decide what had really happened. (And even today
      there are issues associated with Columbus that are a mystery.)




      -Roger


      ----- Original Message -----
      From: <bri_mue@...>
      To: <ufonet@yahoogroups.com>
      Sent: Wednesday, January 01, 2003 6:45 AM
      Subject: [UFOnet] Clonaid/UFO scam about to colapse.


      > Important articles just came on-line about the Van Tassel extraterrestial
      > rejuvenation dome and the colapsing Clonaid/UFO scam.
      >
      > March 1978 Raelans claimed, and on the front page of the New York
      > Post it read: The world's first human clone had been born.
      > The next day, The Washington Post and other newspapers across the
      > country ran with the story about the rogue scientists who had cloned a
      > human on an undisclosed island. A spokesman connected to the effort
      > refused to identify the infant, citing a desire to "protect the child from
      > harmful publicity." Legislators quickly called for a ban on human cloning.
      > And just as immediately came warnings that such a ban might choke off
      > medically promising research.
      >
      > Given how simple it would be to verify this claim scientifically, if the
      > results are ambiguous or not unanimously accepted by the scientific
      > community, then there's a prima facie case they have something to
      > hide.
      >
      > But if, as most scientists suspect, the feat is a fiction, what do the
      > Raelians gain by making the claim and then getting busted?
      >
      > See the new articles today at :
      >
      > http://mailbox.univie.ac.at/~muehleb9/index.html
      >
      >
      >
      Brian
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