Is it possible to revive extinct human species?

Will it be possible in the near future to produce living populations of extinct relatives of Homo Sapiens, like Neanderthalensis, Denisovans, Floriensis, and Erectus? I just wonder because I think doing so could potentially lead to stunning new discoveries in anthropology, medicine, human anatomy and evolution, as well as psychology. What do you think?

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  • Mickey Finn

    Yes, not directly revive…but one might be able to arrange some genetic engineering "miracle." Yikes!!

  • A body decomposes ur heart stops working it can’t keep pumping blood 4 ever everything just turns to dust no I don’t think it’s possible no matter how fast or smart or whatever u are u can’t cheat death

  • that guy

    Not possible, once the body turns to dust and bones, there is no possibility, unless you happen to find preserved remains that contain DNA, and other matter required to make a "clone".

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