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Immortality through cloning

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#31 Docon

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Posted 29 July 2018 - 10:09 PM

We need stem cells as a part of data.

And Facebook and Google know us better and better.

Imagine that they, or smarter startups, develop by hundreds years.

And they have our cell and digital information. And lot of data from our times.

They can join it all together and try to recreate us.


Most of data (bio/digital) we collect now is for model creation purposes. But part of information that we collect now will serve as dataset they use to confirm if created model of you is really you. 

Something like Turing test for created model of exact human.





#32 Cloned

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Posted 30 July 2018 - 10:54 AM

Corporations are soulless machines for making money. It is very naive to think that they care about us.
I doubt that they will last long. The next wave of innovation will wipe them out.

The future is distributed databases and the next generation of software - something like this:

Cheap (in most cases free) solution. Exactly what we need.

I just want to add that the creation of a digital personality is not required simply because such thing as fixed personality did not exist.
All we need is truthful information.

#33 Cloned

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Posted 05 August 2018 - 08:27 PM

Good news !

North Korean scientists attempting to CLONE humans

MI6 believes the secretive Communist state has already cloned cats, dogs and horses – and has been experimenting on human embryos for at least 10 years. Senior spooks working alongside the US intelligence agency the CIA have uncovered information suggesting human cloning has taken place at two secret laboratories.
A senior intelligence official told the Daily Star Sunday that North Korean scientists have been conducting genetic experiments on humans for years.The source said: “Prisoners have been used in cloning and other terrible experiments for years.
Kim is obsessed with human cloning. He has been attempting to grow human tissue, organs and clone embryos. He believes he can live forever by making clones of himself.



How ironic! Kim is the guy who really cares about life and immortality.

Edited by Cloned, 05 August 2018 - 08:28 PM.

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#34 XenMan

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Posted 06 August 2018 - 12:00 PM

I think this is a pertinent time and place to expose an important issue that most people are not aware of.


In Star Trek, when they used the transporter, the person actually died and was replicated somewhere else as an exact copy or clone. The continuity of the person’s consciousness was stopped; similar to the theme here.


Before you hit the Neg buttons remember the episode in Next Gen where Riker meets his copy, due to a transporter malfunction. This demonstrated duplication not relocation.  


The malfunction was that the clone wasn’t eliminated as part of the process. Surely there are laws against that.


Bones was right, there is something wrong with using the transporter...a terminal wrong.


#35 Cloned

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Posted 06 August 2018 - 12:40 PM

The malfunction was that the clone wasn’t eliminated as part of the process. Surely there are laws against that.



Cloning will be allowed only after death, and only one clone can exist for a certain period of time. Otherwise, the collapse of the wave function does not occur, and the personality becomes blurred.

#36 Cloned

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Posted 11 March 2019 - 12:59 AM

Human cloning has been accomplished, but the field remains generally stalled because of a shortage of human eggs — one needed per cloning attempt — and eggs for use in research are hard to come by.
​That impediment may soon be overcome. Scientists have changed human blood cells into immature egg cells. The next steps should go even farther, eventually allowing for the eventual mass lab-creation of eggs capable of being fertilized or used in cloning.




Scientists in Japan have used human blood to successfully create immature human egg cells in a lab for the first time, according to new research published 19 Oct 2018 in Science. The work is a major breakthrough in stem cell research and may lead the way to babies that can be created in a lab using the body tissues or blood of their relatives.
To produce immature human eggs, Saitou and his colleagues used human blood cells to create induced pluripotent stem cells, which are notable for their ability to become any type of cell. These cells were then injected into tiny, artificial ovaries that were grown in the lab using embryonic cells.
The eggs produced by Saitou and his colleagues are far too immature to be fertilized, much less grow into a human child. Still, they open the door for babies made from the genetic material of relatives, dead or alive.

#37 Cloned

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Posted 13 March 2019 - 12:21 AM

Scientists Reawaken Cells From a 28,000-Year-Old Mammoth


Cells from a woolly mammoth that died more than 28,000 years ago have been partially reactivated inside of mouse egg cells, according to a study published Monday inScientific Reports.
The achievement shows that biological activity can be induced in the cells of long-dead creatures, but that does not mean that scientists will be resurrecting extinct animals like mammoths any time soon.
A team led by Kazuo Yamagata, a biologist at Kindai University in Japan, extracted cells from the remains of “Yuka,” a young female mammoth discovered in 2010 on the coast of the Dmitry Laptev Strait in the Russian Far East.

Real science is so exciting. The only question is how long the cells remain “resurrectable”. Once I asked a biologist, and the answer to this question was 70 years in a cell bank for sure.


Edited by Cloned, 13 March 2019 - 12:22 AM.

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