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March 4, 2009

Are the first cloned humans 9 years old, alive and well in Eastern Europe?


Long story short: That's what the doctor who created the three babies nine years ago says.

Why am I not reading this anywhere but here?

Note to the New York Times, Newsweek et al, who scoffed and sniffed at previous big news only to get burned by the Drudge Report and the National Enquirer: better get someone on it yesterday.

Because something seems unlikely doesn't mean it's not true.

Even if it's something you don't approve of.

An interview with Dr. Severino Antinori (below),


the Italian embryologist who claims to have performed the cloning of the three children, appears in today's issue of Oggi.

If your Italian's better than mine, you'll find the accompanying Oggi editorial of interest.

[via Stephen Bové]

March 4, 2009 at 03:04 PM | Permalink


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