The answer to that is very simple. YES you absolutely can run final cut pro on a PC. there are a few ways. some that can be done right now and some that will be available shortly.
the problem: the first step is understanding why it wont run. processors have differnt architectures. AMD and Intel make x86 and x86-64 these are specific processors with many optimizations where as IBM makes the Power PC which is a general use processor. they handle code diferently and that is why cross platform programs must be made twice.
solution 1: Emulation. you would need to emulate a power PC and run mac on it infor (here: http://www.windowsdevcenter.com/pub/a/windows/2005/01/18/PearPC.html)
the drawback to this is that the emulation takes alot of resources and it will run quite slowly if you do not have a powerful computer.
Solution 2: wait. Since the very first release of Mac OSX, Apple has been running Mac OSX on X86 processors and Steve recently anounced Apples plan to stop using power PC technology. they are switching over from IBM to Intel in fact right now there are over 1000 G5 boxes running on pentium 4s in developer's houses and offices. the first intel based Mac should be released end august (that is when Apple as their Paris expo which is where they unveiled the iMac G5 a year ago. when it is released you can bet that due to similar architectures people will be able to illegally port Mac apps over to PC.
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