(urth) note Re: Short Sun blog
jwilson at io.com
Sat Sep 25 22:47:25 PDT 2010
On 9/25/2010 8:46 PM, Jane Delawney wrote:
> On this point only then (Typhon's possible nonhuman origin) - the
> transfers/transplants mentioned in this post (Jeff's, the one quoted)
> are all within the human species. In other words, these examples all
> support my point and in fact if anything tell /against/ the notion that
> Typhon might be of unUrthly origin.
> I know it wasn't you (Jeff) that advanced the notion that Typhon might
> not be human, and in fact we agree I think.
I mostly brought it up because it had slipped my mind earlier the last
time Typhon's notional clones came up, and someone mentioned tissue
rejection in support of Piaton being a clone or close family member.
Jeff Wilson - jwilson at io.com
Computational Intelligence Laboratory - Texas A&M Texarkana
< http://www.tamut.edu/CIL >
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