Resurrect Dead Relatives for $10 Million
Scientists are working on creating a living Mammoth (extinct elephant relative) from recovered hair, and expect to be able to do it for less than $10 million (the price of one of McCain's homes- before the housing market blew out). If they're successful, this means that, technically, they'll be able to resurrect anything- as long as it died in the last 60,000 years. If the Shroud of Turin isn't a fake, could this be the method by which Jesus will return?
Regenerating a Mammoth for $10 Million
Scientists are talking for the first time about the old idea of resurrecting extinct species as if this staple of science fiction is a realistic possibility, saying that a living mammoth could perhaps be regenerated for as little as $10 million.
The same technology could be applied to any other extinct species from which one can obtain hair, horn, hooves, fur or feathers, and which went extinct within the last 60,000 years, the effective age limit for DNA.