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June 16, 2007

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I'd just happened to have seen these articles right before you published this digest on this blog. Ain't nature amazing?

Can parthenogensis happen in humans? Hmmm... don't we have an entire global religious movement hinged on the belief that it already has?

".. don't we have an entire global religious movement hinged on the belief that it already has?

We do, we do! That's what I referred to in the following sentence in my intro to the parthenogenesis portion of the post.

..it is a possibility even without divine intervention.

Or perhaps it always happens only with divine intervention... ;^)

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