Perhaps the only remaining fictional element in artificial human
replication is the barriers that prevent it. With the recent
advancements in bio-technology, the cloning of a human being may
be imminent. If so, the question moves from "can we?" to "should
we?" What standard is to guide us on this issue as scientists race
down a road which only fiction writers have travelled?
—Byron Barlowe, Editor/Webmaster, Leadership University
Human Cloning: Have Human Beings Been Cloned?
Raymond Bohlin, Ph.D.
The implications of artificial twinning in humans are examined.
Is this but a precursor to the actual cloning of a man?
To Clone Or Not To Clone
Is cloning inherently evil or merely a tool? Are there circumstances
in which cloning a human might be good?
Can Humans Be Cloned Like Sheep?
Dr. Ray Bohlin
The scientific and moral considerations of cloning are discussed in
the wake of the famous and successful sheep cloning experiment.
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