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Re-Creating a “cohort” of Neanderthal species: It is feasible. But Why?

Posted on: January 28, 2015


Re-Creating a “cohort” of Neanderthal species: It is feasible, but Why?

Our current human species is uniform. The monoculture is source of extinction when facing worldwide epidemics and a serious degradation in climatic changes.

Consequently, re-introducing a former species that was wiped out 30,000 years ago might regulate the survival of mankind.

It appears that the  Neanderthal species had a larger brain (but we are not sure if the network of his synapsis was complex enough to match this current species), and he was of the bigger kind who needed to consume 5,000 calories per day.

A skeletal, up to one million years old, can be useful for the re-introduction of a lost species.

Scientist George Church (56 of age)  would recuperate the DNA to submit it to the sequencing of its genome.

The genome is later cut into 10,000 fragment to be synthesized.

These synthetic fragments are introduced in a cell stump. By repeating the operation as often as necessary, the descendants are generated from the stump cells.

These cells will be inserted in the uterus to develop.

Et voila! Neanderthal species coming back to live among us and protect mankind from a potential extinction.

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