A Living Wooly Mammoth?

Im guessing the title of this article got your attention. The actual news title that got my attention was Scientists to Clone Woolly Mammoth in Five Years.

When we think of Mammoths, we generally associate them with the Ice Age, living in a world fairly different than our own. This is partially true, but certainly not to the extent that evolutionists would have us believe. According to evolutionary beliefs, there have been over 30 ice ages, some of them dating back as far as billions of years ago. They purport that the mammoths became extinct during the last ice age, which they say ended about 10,000 years ago. Well have to wait until a future article to discuss more detail about the Ice Age, but this at least gives you the context within which evolutionists are working.

Even though evolutionists believe that Woolly Mammoths generally became extinct about 10,000 years ago, they also think that there was a dwarfed race still living on Wrangel Island (Arctic Ocean by Russia) until about 1700 BC.

Recently, scientists have been working on extracting DNA from some frozen Mammoth carcasses. DNA is the structure that contains all the genetic instructions used in the development and functioning of all known living organisms. It is also very fragile and doesnt last very long on its own. While incorporated within the cell nucleus, there are mechanisms that assist in maintaining its structure including repairing mistakes that occur during replicatio ...

Want to read more?

Subscribe today!

Learn how to email this article to others