Thursday, January 10, 2008

By The Bacon's Early Light

Chinese scientists have succeeded in implanting glow-in-the-dark genes into a female pig. Interesting, but not necessarily that impressive. Korean scientists recently did the same thing with fish. But what does make the Chinese accomplishment a major breakthrough is that the momma hog has successfully passed the genes on to her piglets which now also glow fluorescent green.

Well, that should certainly make it easier to prepare breakfast in the dark.

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