Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) News


Bob Meyer

Founder and President


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November 21, 2016: Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) is featured in a thoughtful and witty book about cloning and related topics. Congratulations to author Helen Pilcher for bringing science and humor together in a unique way.  This book gives us hope!  Find Bring Back the King: The New Science of De-extinction at Google Books or Amazon



October 12, 2012: Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) sadly notes the death of Dr. Keith Campbell, who cloned the sheep Dolly in 1996.


August 15, 2012: In honor of Elvis Week, Bob Meyer, Founder and President of Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE), had an exclusive radio interview on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's morning show.


March 14, 2012: Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) moves its website from tripod.com to a more exclusive web address: americansforcloningelvis.bobmeyer99.com.

If your website has a link to Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE), please update the URL to: http://americansforcloningelvis.bobmeyer99.com


May 7, 2009: Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) is proud to announce citations in one prestigious magazine and two premier books:

This is an article in the Atlantic Monthly magazine.

The second citation is in the book Human Genetic Engineering, by Pete Shanks.

This third link is to the book Practical Infertility Management, edited by Duru Shah.


April 25, 2009: After 12 years on geocities.com, Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) is moving its web pages to tripod.com. As of this summer, Geocities is planning to discontinue web hosting services.


August 14, 2008: PRESS RELEASE--Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) representatives are in Memphis for Elvis Week to unveil the new ENA logo. The ENA logo symbolizes the message of the Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) petition:

We the undersigned, in our enduring love for Elvis, implore all those involved in cloning to hear our plea. One cell would allow future generations to witness his presence. The technology is here, and this petition is a testament to our will.

If you are in Memphis for Elvis Week, please speak with Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) representatives for more information regarding the new ENA logo.


January 12, 2007: This is the 10th anniversary year of Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE), and support for our cause remains as strong as ever! If you have not already done so, please sign the petition by clicking here.


January 24, 2002: The Philadelphia Inquirer has named this site a Web Winner. Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) proudly acknowledges this distinction.


January 1, 2002: Great news! After two years of inactivity, the Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) petition will resume adding signatures! Just click here for instructions on how to add your name.

This year, Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) hopes to start a sister organization, Americans for Cloning Dead Celebrities (ACDC). Click here for more information.

Please note that Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) has a new URL, and that the old URL is no longer in service. If your website has a link to Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE), please update the URL to: www.geocities.com/americansforcloningelvis


July 9, 1998: I must suspend adding signatures to the Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) petition at the present time. The petition is a victim of its own success: I receive over 100 signatures per week and do not have sufficient time to add them all.

I write this announcement with great sadness, but I am confident in the overwhelming support that Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) has for its cause. This support shall provide the momentum to carry our goals into the twenty-first century.

Please check this page again for updates.

I invite individual comments by email.


June 15, 1998: Elvis PRESSley Online, the official magazine of the Elvis Presley Fan Club of Macedonia, featured Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) in its latest issue.


January 11, 1998: Recent events regarding Dr. Richrard Seed force Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) to respond. Dr. Seed is an Illinois physicist planning to use cloning technology to aid infertile couples.

Following Dr. Seed's announcement, President Clinton has urged Congress to outlaw such uses of cloning technology.

Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) neither supports nor disapproves of Dr. Seed's plans. Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE), however, is concerned that Dr. Seed's plans will derail its goal of cloning Elvis.

Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) strongly urges you to show your support for cloning Elvis by signing its petition. This is a crucial moment in the history of cloning!

There are over 1,600 supporters thus far. Your signature will make a vital difference.


November 19, 1997: Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) has learned of two people claiming to have samples suitable for cloning. One person has a wart and the other a toenail.

Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) is not associated with either person nor is able to verify the validity of these claims.

Please watch this space for further information as it becomes available.


October 26, 1997: Just to clarify a few points regarding the Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) petition:

Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) might use your e-mail address for confirmation purposes only. You will not be placed on an unwanted mailing list or receive advertisements.

It will take one to two weeks for your name to appear on the Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) petition. Please bookmark this web site and check again for your name in about one to two weeks.

Thanks.


September 6, 1997: The Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) petition now has over 1,000 signatures. Each day brings us closer to our goal.

Several publications have featured Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE), including The Los Angeles Times, Internet Underground and a major Dutch newspaper. Television and radio stations mentioned Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) thoughout "Elvis Week."

Americans for Cloning Elvis (ACE) appreciates your continued support.


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