2014-07-31 01:01:58 UTC
On Wednesday, March 29, 1995 10:38:38 AM UTC-6, Peter Juul wrote:
> ***@GAS.UUG.Arizona.EDU (Soren Ragsdale) writes:
> >Peter Juul (***@diku.dk) wrote:
> >: I would still be VERY interested in knowing where they got the plants from.
> >: The science-gal says, that they have been extinct for X years.
> >: Since when do Mosquitoes suck DNA from PLANTS?
> >It's certainly concievable that the sap could have covered a seed, or
> >even some pollen (OK, haploid genome, but at least it's SOMETHING), and
> >they could get it from there. Of course they didn't _say_ that. I seem
> >to remember there being an explanation in the book, but I forget exactly
> >what it was.
> Oh, there was. In the book Ellie Sattler notices, that it is a plant, that
> she thought only existed in some brazilian rain forests..
> GCS/P -d+ H-() s++:++ g+ p? au- a22 | It has been said, that true
> w++ v++(*) C++ UH P+ L !3 E N++ K+ | knowledge is to know, that
> W--- M !V po++ Y-- t+ !5 j R G' tv | you know nothing.
> b+++ D-- B-- e+(*) u+ -h! f !r n- !y? | I don't know about that.....