Scientist seeks ‘adventurous’ woman to give birth to Neanderthal

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CAMBRIDGE, MA – Everyone knows the full term to carry a human baby is nine months. But a Harvard professor is proposing a pregnancy that is eons in the making.

That’s because George Church, who teaches genetics at the Ivy League school, claims he can clone a caveman baby. Church thinks he has that whole complex genetic code thing figured out. What he needs now is a woman!

Captain caveman told the German magazine “Der Spiegel” that he is looking for an, “adventurous human female” to give birth to the first Neanderthal baby in about 33,000 years!.

How is he doing this exactly? Well, as you might guess a “bone” will be used in this pregnancy. DNA found in the fossil of our long extinct relative will be resurrected by reconstruction.

If this all sounds crazy, morally wrong and very illegal…you’re right!

It’s all kind of like that little movie that came out years ago called Jurassic Park that dealt with bringing back the long dead past. And we all know how that story ended.

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