Imagine This: Canadian Dentist Wants to Clone John Lennon from an Old Tooth

A couple of years ago, Michael Zuk, a dentist from Edmonton, spent more than $30,000 to acquire a diseased molar that once resided in the mouth of one John Winston Ono Lennon.  His plan? To clone Lennon and then raise the resulting organism as his own son.

If you must, you can read more about Zuk’s plans for the tooth here.

(Via Boing Boing)

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