Area 51: September 20 Storm Watch, Post 2

I wasn’t planning on posting anything on this topic today. I thought my post from yesterday still needs to penetrate the blogosphere. But then I came across a very interesting post from Down Under.

Leah Williams penned and posted an interesting article today about the 10 other “secrets” that may be hiding in Area 51 besides aliens. These include, among other oddities, JFK’s brain, a Japanese sword, Rasputin, lizard people, Bigfoot and psychic children. But my favorite “secret” is exactly what I think could be at Area 51 and plays a huge role in The Raffle Novel: human clones.

As Ms. Williams notes:

Human cloning technology is real, it’s here and it might just be happening. Dolly the sheep, the world’s first cloned animal, was born in 1997 — but cloning has ceased to make advancements since then. That’s because human cloning is banned in 70 countries across the globe, including the United States, U.K., Russia and China (although China does allow gene editing).

Surely, none of these countries would violate national and ethical bans on cloning. Surely. And surely governments around the world wouldn’t be trying to get — or already have — an advantage in the race for scientific cloning supremacy. There is definitely not human clones in Area 51.”

I love the sarcasm here. Yes, there is no way human clones are at Area 51. And no artificial intelligence or robots are being built there. Move along people and just look for your little green aliens.

Yes, I agree Ms. Williams. The home of the Bots must be elsewhere in the world, rather than the most secretive, isolated, and advanced military base in the world.

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