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Cloning - a Gift From God or an Injustice Towards Humanity In a world that is as fast paced as the one we live in today it is hard to stop and remember the moral values and religious beliefs we were taught as children We live in a world where science is put on a pedestal and religion is a far off thought saved for holidays that we hardly remember the meanings of Why is it that when we hear about scientific advancements we get excited and even praise the accomplishment but when one suggests going to Sunday mass we quirk a brow and stare as if they had spoken of teaching children how to talk to strangers and eat their candy Recently the buzz in the scientific world is the cloning of animals and dare I say some day humans For whatever the reason may be they have thrown all those well taught early lessons about morality and religion out the window and created a whole religion in itself The controversial issue of cloning has been up until recently a high tech fantasy of the far off future Little did we know that cloning has been in play for years Scientists look upon this as a miracle some even say a gift from God But would it truly be any Gods wish to create a being that has not fit the biological standard that the rest of the populace has come into this world I think not Scientists have fantasized about the idea for generations and finally that fantasy has become a reality It all started with a simple lamb and a dream The creator of this miracle and I use the term as loosely as possible Ian Wilmut a scientist of the Roslin Institute in Roslin Scotland set out to clone a lamb It took many years before this project became a success After tireless work the lamb known as Dolly
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