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Chimeras are organisms made of cells from two genetically distinct individuals—normally two different species. The word comes from Greek mythology, with Chimera being a fire-breathing creature composed of a lion, goat and serpent.
According to New Scientist, which first reported the chimeras, the team genetically modified monkey cells growing in culture. By doing this, the monkey cells produced a fluorescent protein that meant they could be tracked after being implanted in the pig embryos. The team derived stem cells from these then inserted them into 4,000 embryos, which were subsequently implanted into sows. Of all these embryos, ten piglets were born, two of which were pig-monkey chimeras.
"This is the first report of full-term pig-monkey chimeras," Tang Hai, one of the study authors, told New Scientist. Further research showed the chimeras had monkey cells in a range of organs, including the heart, liver, spleen, lung, and skin. These were at very low levels, with monkey cell ratios between 0.001–0.0001 among different tissues. Monkey cells were not found in the testis and ovaries, they added.
A former New Mexico State Police trooper, the late Gabe Valdez, documented unexplained cattle mutilations in the area in the mid-1970s, boosting speculation of alien activity.
But the evidence left behind didn’t come from outer space, Valdez said in different interviews. “The evidence that was left there, you know, predators don’t leave gas masks, glow sticks, radar chaff. They don’t leave that stuff. They don’t have vitamin B-12,” Valdez said in a radio interview.
In an interview with the History Channel’s UFO Hunters, Valdez said the most anomalous evidence he came across while investigating cattle mutilations happened about 40 miles east of Dulce. “We could tell where the aircraft came through,” Valdez said. “They didn’t do the whole process, and they left a fetus inside the animal.” “A fetus? A cow fetus,” UFO researcher Pat Uskert asked Valdez. “No,” Valdez replied. “It looked like a human, a monkey and a frog. It didn’t have any bones in the head. It was all full of water.”
When asked if he was implying that the cow was being used as an “incubation chamber for a cloned creature,” Valdez said that’s “exactly” what he was saying.
originally posted by: CraftyArrow
originally posted by: underwerks
I’m sure it’s being done already. Whatever you can imagine.
It has... this one was born in China 2008
originally posted by: MisterSpock
China is the most dangerous country in the world, also probably the most dangerous country to the human race.
But, lets not dwell(or even talk about that), lets dig up cold war defeated boogeyman like russia and go all orange man bad on it.