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  • New As The Cloned Skin Cells
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    ... o vided, many of the arguments supporting them can be understood. The first argument is that through cloning many couples that suffer from infertility can now share in the joy of having children. According to the Human Cloning Foundation, less than 10 percent of the current infertility treatments are successful. The process is very similar to the explanation previously given. One of the parents will donate a cell and it will be cloned in a lab. It will then be placed inside the woman's womb ...
  • Cloning Of Human Beings
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    As soon as Scottish scientists announced that they had successfully cloned a sheep from cells of another sheep, people began to be alarmed at the prospect of cloning human beings. Editorial after editorial warned that we'd be 'playing God', that we'd be creating Frankenstein-like soul-less creatures, and that we'd be encouraging people's tendency towards egoism to reach its ultimate expression by enabling human beings to clone themselves. President Clinton banned all federal funding for research...
  • New Intelligence Collection Process
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    10 August 2001 Future Perspective in Intelligence Approximately two decades from now, a more improved and efficient process for gathering crucial information for the success of a company will be caveat to only generals, their staff, and registered Chief Executive Officers. This will apply to companies that have revenues in excess of three billion dollars. This new technology will bring the latest foreign political, military, economics, and technical information to the intelligence analysis, warn...
  • Clone's Personality And Abilities
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    Genetics I interviewed Alicia Smith who attends the University of California at San Diego. I opened up the interview with a simple question asking her how she felt about the legality of the new rage in genetics: cloning. She said she thought that it is an extremely intriguing process but it should not be legal. I also asked her about how she felt on the subject of bringing back the dinosaurs. She said that even if we could come up with the dinosaur DNA, we wouldn't have the mediums to produce an...
  • Successful Clone
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    Imagine having a twin that looks and acts exactly like you. Even more interesting this twin is a product of scientific cloning. If scientists have their way, identical replicas of human beings will be roaming the earth. This scientific vision may occur a lot more recent then many think. Cloning can be (better) understood by looking at it's definition, process, and some examples. This first step to better understanding cloning is to hear precisely what it is. Cloning can be defined as an organism...
  • New As The Cloned Skin Cells
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    Imagine being a first year medical surgeon fresh out of the highest-ranking university in the nation. You work in the Los Angeles General Hospital building in the Emergency Room, as your days are spent saving people from the cruel realities that they are forced to live among. Day after day, you see bundles of people coming in with a variety of gunshot, knife, and domestic violence wounds. Your troubles are easily forgotten, however, by receiving over $300,000 a year, a brand new Jaguar, and a ho...
  • Cloned Human
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    To clone or not to clone, that is the question. If Shakespeare were alive today, he might well have used this phrase instead of the one he chose for his play Hamlet. The question is an important one because Dr. Ian Wilmut, an embryologist from Scotland, recently stunned the world by declaring that he had cloned a lamb from the DNA of a ewe. Since the technique he used may possibly be reproduced to clone a human someday, the public outcry has been considerable, as has the question of whether our ...
  • Cloning Process
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    The Issue of Cloning & Bioengineering There have been many breakthroughs in bioengineering lately. In 1998, scientists at the Roslin Institute in Scotland, cloned the first ever mammal, a sheep named Dolly. Scientists can now isolate a gene, and put it into an animal of a completely different species. This opens up new windows in many of the world's industries, such as medicine and agriculture. In the paragraphs ahead, the processes, possible applications, and the consequences of the biotechnolo...
  • Clones
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    Even since a little lamb came forward saying that cloning of mammals is possible the world has been in a state of bewilderment. This means that if cloning a sheep is possible, how far away are humans Is there a new generation of Dr. Frankenstein's coming I hope to answer this question, the process of cloning, the positive and negative aspects, ethical aspects, and an authors view of cloning all the way back from the 1940's. The basics however, are the first part. The process of cloning is involv...
  • First Cloned Human
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    It is probably only a matter of time before a human being is cloned. Already animals have been cloned and the race for the first cloned human is well under way, be it legal or not. What will happen when this first human is cloned Many questions surrounding this topic are asked now and the answers are not far off as the human clone lies on the horizon. Twenty years ago, the only talk of human cloning was in science fiction movies, but with the 1994 cloning of a sheep named Dolly has people waitin...
  • Clone Parts Of Humans
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    Early in 1997, Scottish scientist Dr. Ian Wilmot revealed to the world that he had successfully cloned an adult sheep, Dolly. With this "invention", the world understood that cloning was no longer an element of a science fiction movie, but rather at the for estep of tommorow. Since then, human cloning has become one of the most debated topics in the world. Human clonings far reaching global impact has produced billions in reaserch costs and numerous congressional debates. Although certain moral ...
  • Clone The Child
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    Human cloning is a very controversial subject and has been for the past 25 years. Many people say that it would harm human dignity. Others say it is a great advancement in modern medical science. There are many good things about this process. However, there are also many bad qualities. What is morally or ethically right is for the individual to decide. The process of cloning is really not that difficult to understand when you think about it. The first step is to remove eggs from the ovaries of a...
  • Cloning Of A Cell
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    Background: Cloning involves removing the nucleus from the unfertilised egg of an organism and introducing this nucleus (which contains DNA) into an egg cell of another organism that does not contain a nucleus. Subsequently, this newly created cell is transplanted into another organism, producing an organism genetically identical to the original one. Benefits of human cloning include the fact that various diseases may become manageable, such as cancer and diabetes. However, there are also disadv...
  • Clone
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    Clone 2 Since the beginning of time no organism has ever tried to alter the natural process of life, however humans have begun to change this. Cloning began with the world-renowned sheep Dolly, which was cloned, or copied, in 1997. To clone means to genetically create identical copies of a living thing from a single cell. It is a group of organisms, derived from another organism by an asexual reproductive process. Usually the members of a clone are identical in their inherited characteristics, a...

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