06 August 2010

The Resurrection

Some say it is impossible. The dead, they say, cannot come back to life. Some say the scientific evidence is against it. Some say that our faith is misplaced, or that we are irrational idiots, zealots, extremists. They pour scorn on our efforts to re-establish the Kingdom on Earth. They even actively oppose us, citing "ethical" concerns, or by seeking to limit our activity using legislative means and preying on the unwarranted fears of a gullible public.

But they will not succeed.

Our faith is strong, we have right and reason on our side. And in that day of rejoicing, as the nay-sayers gaze in awed terror, we will welcome the re-establishment of a state of glory that has not been seen on Earth since the infancy of humanity.

Yes, one day the mighty mammoth will be cloned from its DNA, and once more majestically roam the Siberian tundra.



  1. What's the point if you can't clone a T-Rex?

  2. And why set the Mammoths loose in Siberia? Why not the Giant's Causeway?

  3. Patience, my pretties, patience...

  4. You have the DNA in your lab don't you?
    If this is bio-terrorism, I want IN!

  5. Ha ha! I don't need the DNA - all I need is the *sequence*! :-)

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  7. Well, that sure sounds plausible and not a lot of bollocks; chaps, what do you think about Klatu's interesting suggestion? Peter, this sounds very like your worldview. Comments?

  8. No, I've seen the remake of "The Day the Earth Stood Still"...


    these films seem to get steadily worse.
    This means that Klatu's link will take us to acting even *worse* than Keanu Reeves', and direction cheesier than Scot Derrickson's. Derrickson wrote the terrible "Bruce Almighty".

    I'll think you'll find that the Torah demands that we should take Derrickson outside the city and stone him. And I'm sure that secularists and Christians will agree that this is a reasonable punishment for a man who thinks Jim Carey is funny.

  9. I think I've just seen a black cat go past me, and then another one like it... what could that mean?

    energon... emmmm.... not a pizza company by any chance...

    And you'll note I just found the 'name' button. D'oh!

  10. It's a pity, because I think we've detected a weakly-interacting massive particle of dark matter just zipping through our region of space, never to be seen again.

    Not the Higgs, unfortunately.