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Tel Aviv Stock Error – Cloning John Lennons’ Tooth

Tel Aviv Stock Error – Cloning John Lennons’ Tooth
The Israel Corporation saw its value plummet by 99.88% in a matter of minutes around noon on Sunday, bringing the TA-25 index down by 2.5% and triggering an automatic fail safe that shut down trading for a short time. The catastrophic mistake was apparently caused during a transaction by a trader who wanted to sell shares in another company but accidentally entered Israel Corp. shares instead, Globes reported.
The transaction was canceled, but in the meantime trading ground down to just 84% of the daily average.Israel Corp. is Israel’s largest holding company, primarily dealing in fertilizers and specialty chemicals.

Spending $31,000 for one of John Lennon’s teeth in 2011 was only the start of Michael Zuk’s strange behavior: The Canadian dentist wants to clone the late Beatles legend, and his mad-scientist plan to do so is moving forward.
Recently, Zuk sent the 50-plus-year-old tooth to a lab, hoping to find a shred of genetic data that would help sequence Lennon’s DNA.
“I am nervous and excited at the possibility that we will be able to fully sequence John Lennon’s DNA, very soon I hope,” Zuk said in a statement on his John Lennon Tooth site. “With researchers working on ways to clone mammoths, the same technology certainly could make human cloning a reality.”