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A Dentist Wants To Clone John Lennon Using His Tooth

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 Remember about this John Lennon tooth sold a while ago? The famous singer had given his molar to his housekeeper for disposal, but instead she kept it, then gave it to her daughter who was a Beatles fan, and the molar was finally sold at auction for $30,000 two years ago.

It was bought by a dentist Michael Zuk, and this guy has abig project for the curious piece: he wants to resurrect Lennon:

‘I am nervous and excited at the possibility that we will be able to fully sequence John Lennon’s DNA, very soon I hope. With researchers working on ways to clone mammoths, the same technology certainly could make human cloning a reality’, he declared.

This is crazy, I mean sequencing DNA is very easy these days but cloning is another story! But let me rephrase this, the guy doesn’t have a big plan for the tooth, he has in fact big plans for himself since he is convinced he will be able one day to say he ‘had a small part in bringing back one of Rock’s greatest stars’

The guy has even set up a website ‘John Lennon DNA’ and he already sees his project on newspapers’ front page, with the headline ‘cloning a Beatle?’

Does this guy know that human cloning is not allowed in the US? Does he know that most cloning attempts fail? Does he know that most clones have defect or have a shorter life? What is he hoping exactly, a young Lennon rewriting Imagine? But when I read what he wrote on his website, it’s obvious that the guy is running after fame:

‘Many Beatles fans remember where they were when they heard John Lennon was shot. I hope they also live to hear the day he was given another chance’.

And the guy wants to clone everybody! 

‘Take Bill Gates for example, a guy with endless amounts of money. If he wants to come back, he could. He’s more likely he’ll come back from cloning than freezing his head,’ said dentist Zuk. Hey Zuk, I believe people saved Einstein’s brain to dissect it, so it may be even better to try this one.

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