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Dec 27 2013

The Chinese Created Glow in the Dark Piglets

Published by at 10:00 am under Oddly Enough


Just in time for Christmas, a team of scientists in China were able to create ten little piglets that glow green under black fluorescent lights, thanks to a technique developed by the University of Hawaii at Manoa School of Medicine. A group of scientists from South China Agricultural University were able to do this by injecting fluorescent protein from jellyfish DNA into pig embryos, thus creating the green-glowing pigs. This same technique was used to create the world’s first glow-in-the-dark bunnies in Turkey earlier this year, where they are currently working to produce similar results with fluorescent-glowing sheep. [Continue Reading]

This is what pisses me off about the Chinese. They created glow in the dark piglets and now they’re working on glow in the dark sheep. Seriously? The world is going to hell in a handbasket and the Chinese are worried about glow in the dark livestock. What the f#ck is a glow in the dark piglet going to do for mankind. Fuggin’ Chinese – love reminded the world they’re the smartest with dumb sh$t like this.

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