Name your Clone!

Arrrr …

Aren’t we so smart!
We brainy humans have mapped practically all the genomes in the human body :wink:

Now it’s time for clone wars!

Name your clone!

couldn’t care an ass if people were clones, so therefore Prometea! :slight_smile:

geno889 :bigsmile:

I guess that’s your “+1”?! :stuck_out_tongue:

hehe the problem is what to do with the other 887 remaining :stuck_out_tongue:

I always assumed that they were previous and less perfect incarnations of the geno888 we know and love! :flower:

If you really have 887 significant-others, then I can only do this: :bow:

hehe I’m here in this planet from 888 generations :bigsmile:

Sidenote
I have no idea how many century are 888 geenerations :stuck_out_tongue:

Shome mishtake… shurely that’s “genes”… (Ed.)

Face value answer: Only another hundred billion years of working with DNA arrays before we work out how they all interact with each other in vitro. Meanwhile Nature appears to have had a head-start.

Clever-dick answer: Err… my identical twin brother :wink:

Scientist answer:
Whichever pre-existing telomeric repeat structure is the longest :eek:.

Wrong answer: Dolly (RIP… :()

@imkidd - should have known you’d be here with a smartypants answer to this one :stuck_out_tongue:

:wink:

Paranoic scientist answer: Any damaged telomeric structure cause cancer :doh: