can intersexuals develop inside a surrogate
Why not? I don't think embryos that will develop as intersexuals have any special resistance to developing that an artificial implantation would make more difficult. The main cause behind intersexuality is genetic anyway, so it's not as if implantation in a surrogate would prevent those characteristics from developing through providing a different environment. Even if that were to happen, it could happen the other way too. Someone who might not have developed as an intersexual in the biological mother's uterus could in a surrogate's.
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I'm going to need to see an argument for that one.
Now on to the Googlanche (I'm trying out different spellings to see what looks best). When President Bush announced his pick for the next Supreme Court justice, I started to get loads of Google searches for words related to his choice, often with relevant keywords related to finding information about him, occasionally with really strange associated keywords. I normally get 300-500 visitors a day (you count as a new visitor if it's been more than an hour since your last page load). Occasionally it goes into the 600s, rarely if at all into the 700s. According to Sitemeter, the amount of traffic I was getting between 10pm and midnight that night would have been the equivalent of getting 1000 visitors a day. At that point, since I still had all my Sitemeter pages still open, I decided to catalog all the various hits I was getting from Google. It would have been insane to try to count how many I've gotten of each. For some of them it would probably be in the 30s or maybe even in the 40s. Most of them are in the single or double digits, a few only once. Oh, and if you got here looking for real information on John Roberts, go to the main page and do a search of that page, or if some time has gone on by the time you arrive here you might want to check the July 2005 archive. I imagine the August, September, and October archives will have posts on him too, but those haven't happened yet as I write this. On to the searches: