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  • by Cecil Maranville
Fantastic claims about humans being cloned for the first time splashed across newspaper headlines and were broadcast from the electronic media on the weekend of Nov. 25-26. Are they true? Have human beings been cloned by a biotech lab in Massachusetts? What is the significance of this unbelievable claim?
  • by Cecil Maranville, Jim Tuck, John Ross Schroeder
As long as there are scientists without ethics and people willing to finance their work, the possibility of human cloning is extremely high. However, the possibility of successful human cloning is not.
  • by Cecil Maranville
Addressing the weighty moral objections to cloning, Dr. Severino Antoniori of Rome declared that humans will be cloned in the very near future, "whether we like it or not."
  • by Good News
Except for some simpler life forms, nature's method of reproduction is the union of male and female. Cloning is a means of producing offspring without this formality.
  • by Noel Hornor
This century has seen astounding scientific and technological advancement. Developments continue to amaze. But is all such advancement a good thing?