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wildheart73
05-22-2002, 03:12 PM
seeing as alot of us like the subject of clones,who could be or will be clones in the final episode? any jedi clones perhaps?

Faye Ying
05-22-2002, 04:05 PM
you cant' clone jedis...

its an ability to use to force, and like the ability to play a piano.
if person A has a good natural ability to play the piano, his clone might not.

a clone shares physical form, but mentally, they're all different. it all depends on how the brain was developed as they were cloned.

you can clone the physical person, but i doubt the clone would be adept in the force.

DannyJAllTheWay
05-22-2002, 06:04 PM
Yeah. What he ^ said.

wildheart73
05-22-2002, 09:01 PM
sorry,i did'nt know you was an expert in cloning.with lucas yeah take nothing 4 granted,that includes a yoda clone!

Faye Ying
05-23-2002, 04:36 AM
expert? no.
knowledgeable? somewhat

i'm just looking towards a career in bioinformatics. so i read alot of this genetics stuff. :)

but you're right. its a movie, so who cares right?
sit back and enjoy.......

xjeffx
05-23-2002, 04:48 AM
ah.. but if we look back on EP 1 Qui-Gon says that Jedi's have midochlorin's in their blood that make them a Jedi. I would think that they would also be present in the clone's blood.

Jim_Blade
05-23-2002, 04:54 AM
There are Jedi clones allready, but I don't no if they will be there in Ep3.
If you read Star Wars THE Heird of the Empire you see that there are Jedi clones.
Joruus is an exeple and Luke will be cloned to (Luuke is his name).
The problem is that when you you clone a Jedi there are mostly flaws. Thrawn will do something about this.
He finds out away to clone pueple in a shorter time.
And Jedi's in a "perfect" stage (luke is better than Luuke).
This sory is not written by George Lucas (but the book is made offical).

:lsduel:


(It is a good book read it)

Faye Ying
05-23-2002, 05:01 AM
all good points. i never thought of the stuff from the books (i read it back in jr high, :D )

what jeff mentioned about the metachlorian thingies kinda work i guess.
but we dunno how those metachlorian organisms work. are they infused in an idividual after birth or during birth? anyone have any theories?

Vestril
05-23-2002, 05:31 AM
Originally posted by xjeffx
ah.. but if we look back on EP 1 Qui-Gon says that Jedi's have midochlorin's in their blood that make them a Jedi. I would think that they would also be present in the clone's blood.

Not neccisarily. The midichlorians are life forms of their own, symbionts. Perhaps a certain genetic trait attracts the Midicholrians, and that's why they are more present in some people. We don't really know. The truth is that we don't know how possible or impossible it is. If Lucas decides it can happen, it will, if he decides it can't, it won't.

Oh, and what is in the books has little bearing on what he does with it.

RichDiesal
05-23-2002, 06:30 AM
I always understood midichlorians as being similar to chloroplasts or mitochondria... I mean, the theory nowadays is that chloroplasts and mitochondria were originally protozoa that lived in a mutually symbiotic relationship in nucleated organisms for SO long that eventually evolution took its course and those protozoa BECAME part of the larger organism...

Sooo I basically took an understanding of midichlorians as the same thing in an early stage.

Just a thought. :D