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Now we know there is a DNA bank to preserve animal DNA in case of a cataclysm, based in England. The Natural History museum of London operates the Ark. 1,000 species. Was just hearing about it on Ancient Aliens, Ch 127 in America, 12:30 - 2:00 PM EST
Computer crashed as I was posting it starting over.
About ten minutes into the show, Giorgio Tsaukalos presents the info. Mr. Tsaukalos is the author of Legendary Times Magazine and a regular on ancient Aliens.
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http://www.frozenark.org/aims-frozen-ark-project
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Re: THE FROZEN ARK PROJECT of The Natural History Museum of London
« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2014, 04:21:27 PM »
Yowbarb Note: After posting this, I was thinking the emphasis on this Frozen Ark Project might be to
save endangered species. Their avowed purpose is to save endangered species - that in itself is very worthwhile. So far they have 1,000, and I love that!
Is it possible this is a front for saving all known species and human DNA too? That is what I was thinking and hoping - but I could be barking up the wrong tree. Maybe this organization is not THE "Ark" for human and animal DNA.
Truth be told such an Ark might not be so easy to find on the net...I need get more info.
Anyone have any data?
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http://www.frozenark.org/aims-frozen-ark-project