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Artificial Eggs Used to Make Living Animals

As we roll around in the dirt like Sarge fighting Beetle Bailey, big and potentially culturally-altering events are occurring in the world that are not being discussed, much less debated. Scientists have turned rodent skin cells into eggs, which were fertilized and the resulting embryos brought to birth. From the Telegraph story: Artificial eggs have been grown in a petri dish for the first time and used to create living animals in a breakthrough hailed as ‘remarkable’ by British experts.
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