- May 24, 2004
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I skimmed through the article. As the article says, "virtually zero" are the chances. A sperm is at least necessary to prevent imprinting diseases or teratomas, as the article is describing. Second of all, even if possible in lab conditions to produce a viable offspring, you can only produce female offspring from parthogenesis. In truth, the virgin birth of Christ would be considered a miracle beyond any proportion because not only do you bipass all the obstacles to make a viable offspring, but the fact that a male was born is not only virtually zero, but almost definitely zero chances this can occur in nature.Marc1152 said:This is not the article I originally read but it seems informative. A human virginal birth is theoretically possible. The odds are very long, but possible.minasoliman said:???Marc1152 said:I think i read that it is scientifically possible for a human child to be born of a Virgin Mother. Very very rare, but possible. Who knew?Clancy Boy said:Also both Jesus and Laozi were ostensibly born to virgins. Does that prove the early Christians copy the Chinese? No it does not.
None that I heard of. Never happened (except with Christ). Even if one was to do some sort of in vitro gene placement from let's say two females, you get imprinting diseases.