The God Makers: Evils of Human Cloning

Biology / April 23, 2015 / No Comments /
A look at the problems and difficulties of human cloning, within the context of the history of cloning.

“In 1952, frogs were the first animals to be successfully cloned, but society yawned, barely noticing, this significant scientific milestone or its future implications. July 1997 provided living proof of the first mammal (sheep), named “Dolly” ever cloned from a single adult cell. Scientists in the U.K and Japan claim to have cloned pigs and bulls. Japanese researchers have actually grown in test tubes the eyes and ears of a frog using its own embryo cells. The reality of human cloning is now but a scientific inch away from permanently altering how humanity values itself. ”

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