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JonoFett
03-18-2002, 07:39 PM
We all know that Jango is the donor of DNA for the Kaminoans to create a clone army, but who provided the enucleated oocyte (egg) into which Jango's DNA did its work?
:confused:

Suggestions guys...

Jargo
03-18-2002, 07:42 PM
The cleaning lady who keeps the kaminoan city looking so sparkly clean? :confused: :D

JonoFett
03-18-2002, 07:44 PM
ONE cleaner for the whole city? I wouldn't want you as an employer.:D :)

Jargo
03-18-2002, 07:48 PM
That's right YOU WOULDN'T.........!! :evil: MWAHAHAHA!!!

Lord Tenebrous
03-18-2002, 07:52 PM
It's probably a well-kept secret, known only to Ko Sai and her cloning staff. (In other words, Lucas doesn't know. This isn't science fact, so he wouldn't have to have a logical answer.)

The Kaminoans probably have plenty of donor cells, having a need to clone all their eats. Universal donor cells...hmmmm...

JonoFett
03-18-2002, 07:56 PM
Just imagine if a laboratory existed in the facility which housed 100s of donor subjects. Totally creepy:evil: Or perhaps there's a giant 'Queen' Kaminoan who churns out ova by the bucket load. The mind boggles:crazed: :evil: :evil:

Jargo
03-18-2002, 08:00 PM
Let's face it, in all seriousness, there isn't anything even remotely feasible about the multi cloning facility. It isn't earthly science so it can be achieved however GL decides it can be. They can probably clone the egg and then clone that and clone that........


Anything is possible in the galaxy where people use the force to lift spaceships out of swamps and send balls of lightning at each other. In the galaxy where aliens all mix do business without eating each other. Where tiny little jawas drive monster tanks and the government convenes in a huge assembly chamber and ride around on fairground attraction hover pods. Where a guy can fly around using a jet pack and not set fire to himself and has no visible means of directing himself around but achieves aeronautical ballet moves while using both hands to fire laser guns in the rain that should refract the laser beam into lots of tiny little beams that would randomly refract into other little laser beams and fry everything in sight...........

JonoFett
03-18-2002, 08:05 PM
In all seriousness:D , everything in Star Wars is based loosely on science/art fact, so it is not too much to ask for speculations about the origins of an infamous character. You said yourself an egg was used, and it has to be an egg:stupid: , so whose the donor? :)

Jargo
03-18-2002, 08:31 PM
You're a feisty little one....

Maybe they don't need an egg as such. Maybe they use a synthetic substance. Bacta is a healing substance and can aid in the regrowth of limbs so maybe one of those ingredients that eventually makes bacta will come from Kamino laboratories where they have perfected biosynthovum a startling gelatinous mucous based product that when injected with DNA from the sperm of a donor will mimic the female ovum properties of that subjects species. This biosynthovum can mimic the ovum properties of over a hundred million species. It will revolutionise genetic reproductive procedures for many years until outlawed by the new republic......... :stupid: Good enough for ya?

master jedi
03-18-2002, 08:43 PM
Originally posted by JonoFett
We all know that Jango is the donor of DNA for the Kaminoans to create a clone army, but who provided the enucleated oocyte (egg) into which Jango's DNA did its work?
:confused:

Suggestions guys...


They most likely have a different way of cloning that the way we would go about cloning.

Beast
03-18-2002, 08:44 PM
Originally posted by JonoFett
In all seriousness:D , everything in Star Wars is based loosely on science/art fact, so it is not too much to ask for speculations about the origins of an infamous character. You said yourself an egg was used, and it has to be an egg:stupid: , so whose the donor? :)
Well, if you have followed the the whole Boba's Mom theroy, maybe it was Zam Wesell. :D

MTFBWY and HH!!

Jar Jar Binks

JonoFett
03-18-2002, 10:57 PM
Originally posted by EMPEROR JARGO
You're a feisty little one....

Maybe they don't need an egg as such. Maybe they use a synthetic substance. Bacta is a healing substance and can aid in the regrowth of limbs so maybe one of those ingredients that eventually makes bacta will come from Kamino laboratories where they have perfected biosynthovum a startling gelatinous mucous based product that when injected with DNA from the sperm of a donor will mimic the female ovum properties of that subjects species. This biosynthovum can mimic the ovum properties of over a hundred million species. It will revolutionise genetic reproductive procedures for many years until outlawed by the new republic......... :stupid: Good enough for ya? So explain what they'd do if an order was placed for female clones?:D :cool: :p

Rollo Tomassi
03-18-2002, 11:00 PM
They just graft Jango's DNA onto a pasty bio substance and it reconfigures into a clonish type thingy.


if they didn't have a specific DNA sample,(like jango's) the blobby lifeform would grow up and be useless as a Clonetrooper.

Rollo Tomassi
03-18-2002, 11:02 PM
Wasn't Boba's mom Ambu Fett?

JonoFett
03-18-2002, 11:04 PM
Isn't Ambu Fett the name of the Clone Captain played by Bodie Taylor?

Rollo Tomassi
03-18-2002, 11:08 PM
Jesus, they're ALL named Fett?!? :eek: I wonder what the Fett family reunions are like?:rolleyes:
"yeah, i was in cloning vat 2217-a6."

"no kidding? I was in vat 2323-b9. We're pratically neighbors!"

By the way, don't established clone naming rules state a doubling of a vowel is required to tell the clone from the original? So it'd be Jaango Fett, and the clone of the clone would be Jaaango Fett, and so on.

JonoFett
03-18-2002, 11:12 PM
So it appears that the general concensus of opinon is: clones are analogous to soft, doughy, gelatinous substances which can be put in some oven baked at 180 degrees for an hour until well risen, and browning into the complexion of Bodie Taylor. Once allowed to stand for some...10 years...they can be decorated in white and sent out to reek havoc. Crazy, I know, but the biomechanics of cloning isn't all that scientific, but neither is it as easy as baking cakes with mother. :D

2-1B
03-19-2002, 01:35 AM
Originally posted by JonoFett
So it appears that the general concensus of opinon is: clones are analogous to soft, doughy, gelatinous substances which can be put in some oven baked at 180 degrees for an hour until well risen, and browning into the complexion of Bodie Taylor. Once allowed to stand for some...10 years...they can be decorated in white and sent out to reek havoc.

When does one poke a toothpick into the clone to see if he's done ? :)



Originally posted by Rollo Tomassi
By the way, don't established clone naming rules state a doubling of a vowel is required to tell the clone from the original? So it'd be Jaango Fett, and the clone of the clone would be Jaaango Fett, and so on.

Correct . . . that's why Christopher Lee was brought in to play Palpatine's clone instead of Christopher Le :D

corporal AMF
03-19-2002, 02:41 AM
For me, talking about mothers, i would expect her to be shaak ti, or at least the actrees, she's really a babe!!:crazed:

LTBasker
03-19-2002, 05:16 AM
Who's to say he really has a mother? He could've easily been an artificial womb baby.

For the cloning facility, I actually picture something along the lines of the cloning facility in Judge Dredd.... which Dredd was also a clone but went by human life periods from baby to adult. Basically that's how all the clones were made and they had to update their technology to make adult clones.

I'm guessing that's sorta how this is gonna be...