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Surely, my sire, you see the folly in the King’s
errand? For if we all perish looking for this imaginary
chalice, then what kingdom shall he inherit to rule? I have lost everything in a blink and it was
gone. All I have left is this, this one thing. Oh, it goes beyond sworn duty. For if this cup is tangible if I can somehow
find it and hold it in my hands. Then perhaps I, unlike Job, can come to understand
this, this lot which God has bestowed upon me. What? Oblivion? There’s nothing here. Adam’s existence has been kept secret by the
scientific community, until now, fearing the public’s reaction. I can’t believe I’m the first woman to give
birth to the new generation of Neanderthals. What was the process like? Was it different than a regular pregnancy? Not really. Um, it was basically like in-vitro fertilization
for me. Um, there were about 40 women who took part in
the process and I believe there was a few less than, no a few more than 400 neanderthal
embryos created. It took a few implantations, but we got it! It worked! I mean, just look, he’s beautiful! He is amazing. Okay, who are you? There’s no way you could have possibly known
that. Did somebody put you up to this? Do you know my husband? Do you know where he is? You haven’t done anything to him, have you? Oh, honey, I lost you such a long time ago. I never bothered to say goodbye. I was gutless…. What are you talking about? I’m not your honey and Dan’s only been gone…Now,
look! Now I want to know, who are you? What the Hell do you want? I should’ve never left you that day. Oh, it’s all because of that damn lamp. Funny thing, I can’t even remember what we
were fighting about. Argh! Argh! Neandrathals, the predecessors of modern humans
once roamed Europe and parts of Asia. They lived in social groups, could speak,
had ritualistic burials, then mysteriously, these humanoid creatures died off. Now over 40,000 years later, scientists have
decided to bring them back via the art of cloning. It was a bit more complicated, but we used
the same basic procedure we used when cloning Dolly, the sheep, which was a huge success,
scientifically speaking. The most difficult part was sequencing the
Neanderthal genome, the stuff that makes up the cell. Essentially, we gathered bits and pieces of
DNA from various specimens of Neanderthal remains. It was a slow, painstaking process to piece
together all of the parts of the puzzle, but we did it. And I always will. I’ve been away from you for a long time. I never thought…

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