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    Default Japanese Scientists Base Research on Pokémon Fossil Regeneration???

    Seriously, this (Mammoth Resurrection) is a pretty interesting article and it reminded me of the Fossil Regenerator guy in the games, though obviously his technique is far quicker than the five years they're expecting this to take!

    So whaddy'all think? Like Star Trek spun off all kinds of technology (smaller, more portable cell phones for one), is Pokémon having some effect on RL technology?
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    Very interesting. When I read it i kept thinking of Mamoswine's Pokedex entry in Platinum. "A frozen one was dug up from soil dating back 10,000 years. It woke up to much amazement."

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    Really? I haven't gotten a Mamoswine in Platinum yet. Cool!
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    The trickiest part was to regenerate the cells that had dies frozen in the ice. This 'cloning' technique is really cool though.

    If only we could drop off out 10 000 year old frozen mammoth body, walk out of the room, walk back in, and it's there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by N0t2f34r View Post
    The trickiest part was to regenerate the cells that had dies frozen in the ice. This 'cloning' technique is really cool though.

    If only we could drop off out 10 000 year old frozen mammoth body, walk out of the room, walk back in, and it's there.
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