Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Iranian scientist, Dr Morteza Hussein, announced yesterday that they have successfully cloned a sheep at the Isfahan Royan Institute in Iran. “We don’t know what we are going to do with the thing now that we have it,” said Dr. Hussein. “We were just trying to do it to keep up with England.” “Our scientific programs are aimed at keeping up with the rest of the world and we were a little surprised the sheep thing worked out so well,” he said. He also stated, “keeping up with the rest of the world is the reason we have pushed ahead with the development of nuclear capabilities including the bomb.”
Dr. Morteza admitted he was glad the sheep died since sheep don’t do well in Iran. “We did feast on leg of lamb,” he said. He are considering several options with our cloning program, He indicated there has been interest in research for the reattachment of heads following beheading of wrong individuals. “ Since we don’t have a trial system to prove an individuals guilt or innocence, we have quite a few mistaken beheadings and reattachment would be a nice thing in these cases.” Dr. Morteza also said that Iran is interested in sharing its cloning program with Mexico. Mexico is interested in cloning more illegal aliens to further weaken the United States. Even though the average Mexican family has 12 children that hasn’t been enough to keep up with the demand for illegal aliens.
Dr. Morteza indicated that their next project is attempting a successful appendix transplant.


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