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Date: Tue, 11 Mar 2003 19:04:51 -0600
From: Jeff Wilson 
Subject: Re: (urth) Re: Silk as Typhon

> From:
> "Roy C. Lackey" 
> Then here is a somewhat more scientific objection. When Silk briefly "died"
> in that tunnel collapse, he was granted a 'vision' by the Outsider (and it
> _was_ the Outsider; Pas can't raise the dead) of his "parents". That
> 'vision' is treated in the text as every bit as valid as Silk's
> enlightenment. In that vision he saw _four_ parents, not three. The four
> were his "mother" (who gave birth to the embryo and raised him), his
> adoptive father (the old Calde Tussah), the "tall" "blue-eyed" man (who was
> his "biological" father) and the undescribed woman (who was his "biological"
> mother) (LS3:9). If that woman contributed biological material to the embryo
> that became Silk, then it is not possible for the embryo to have been a
> clone of Typhon, or of anyone else.

It =is= possible, if the biological parents are also =Typhon's= 
biological parents. (Or whoever's.)

Jeff Wilson - jwilson@io.com
< http://www.io.com/~jwilson/gurps/ >


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