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  Human cloning - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Human cloning is the creation of a genetically identical copy of an existing, or previously existing, human being or growing cloned tissue from that individual.
The term is generally used to refer to artificial human cloning; human clones in the form of identical twins are commonplace, with their cloning occurring during the natural process of reproduction.
In reproductive cloning, the cloned embryo is implanted in a woman's uterus.
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Human cloning is the creation of a genetically identical copy of an existing human or growing cloned tissue from that individual.
A problem discovered when cloning was first developed was that many of the clones grew much too large in the uterus, consequently dying at birth.
Severino Antinori made claims in November 2002 that a project to clone human beings has succeeded, with the first human clone due to be born in January 2003.
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 Human cloning - Voyager, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Human cloning is the creation of a genetically identical copy of an existing, or previously existing human or growing cloned tissue from that individual.
Organisations devoted to cloning humans, such as the Raelites' Las Vegas-based Clonaid, as well as Antinori and Zavos, are very hard to control.
Human cloning has long been a subject of speculation in science fiction.
voyager.in /Human_cloning   (2657 words)

  
 biology - Human cloning
An extreme but noteworthy goal of therapeutic cloning is to create complete hydranencephalic, anencephalic or otherwise brainless or braindead bodies for receipt of transplants of the brain (or consciousness, somehow) of the original donor.
Interestingly, advocates of 'downloading consciousness' of human minds (with or without the physical brain) into robot bodies (such as Marvin Minsky) are rarely subjected to the intense criticism reserved for Raelism, perhaps because the robot idea is viewed as science fiction, while the technology of whole-body transplant seems a more near reality term.
In December 2004 Dr. Boisselier, claimed in letter to the UN that Clonaid has successful cloned 13 children, however their personalities cannot be revealed to the public in order to protect them.
www.biologydaily.com /biology/Human_cloning   (2587 words)

  
 Human Cloning @ 216.92.85.60   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The topic to be contested is, "Should Human Cloning Be Prohibited?".
- Purposes of human cloning can best be explained by referring to two kinds of cloning that would both normally use the somatic cell nuclear transfer technique.
- In reproductive cloning, the cloned embryo is implanted in a woman's uterus.
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 Human cloning and eugenics must be researched to the fullest extent possible.
Human cloning and eugenics must be researched to the fullest extent possible.
A human clone would be like an identical twin to the adult whose cell was used to create it, but it would of course be much younger.
It is certainly the killing of a "human being", or perhaps to state it more clearly it is the killing of the merely biological part of the human being.
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 Telomerase and human cloning.
The Hawaii mouse experiment cloned successive generations of mice, partially to test the premature aging theory, and there were no signs of premature aging until the fifth generation of clones.
The Japanese team cloning mice has used cells from many different parts of the body (including the tail in their recent cloning of a male mouse).
It's worth speculating that some of the telomere press reports are propaganda to turn people off of the idea of cloning as being too risky, or to generate laws against it.
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