Wednesday, May 19, 2010

With Deepest Apologies To Stan Lee

It sez here that
ON a farm in Wyoming, USA, goats are being milked for their spider webs....Professor Lewis and his team at the University of Wyoming have successfully implanted the silk-making genes from a golden orb spider into a herd of goats and are now, finally, producing one of nature's strongest products in useable quantities.

Which of course brings us to.....

Spider-Goat, Spider-Goat
Gobbles everything down its throat
Spins a web with its milk
Labcoat guys make it into silk
Look out
Here comes the Spider-Goat!

This is proof that "Every day and in every way it is getting weirder and weirder."

(with even deeper apologies to Emile Coue)


Next up: a genetically engineered goose that lays auricupride-embedded ova. Which, once they breed a surviving specimen the smart boys will probably take apart trying to figure out how it does it.

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