Re: NANFA-- Genetically modified algae, reference

D. Martin Moore (
Fri, 29 Jun 2001 22:39:03 -0500

On 29 Jun 2001, at 10:16, Fully Prepared wrote:

> > Moon
> Yes, it is maybe an excellent way to convert sugars
> into other forms of organic material.
> Boo Radley, Saraland, Alabama

Human children do this quite efficiently already :-)


Jackson, MS

I wouldn't be surprised if someday some fishermen caught a
big shark and cut it open, and there inside was a whole person.
Then they cut the person open, and in him is a little baby
shark. And in the baby shark there isn't a person, because
it would be too small. But there's a little doll or something,
like a Johnny Combat little toy guy---something like that.

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