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According to the American Heritage Dictionary cloning is to make multiple identical copies of a DNA sequence to reproduce or propagate asexually A clone is a group of genetically identical cells descended from a single common ancestor such as a bacterial colony whose members arose from a single original cell as a result of binary fission The process of cloning has challenged every mind in the world Is it right to make a human being from the cells of another In this paper I plan to discuss the ethical moral religious and humorous views on cloning I was a little confused on how a clone is made so I will also discuss that Are we playing God by believing that we have the right to manipulate nature in such a manner that we are actually bringing new lives into the world At the conclusion of my paper I hope that you will be able to make an educated decision about your views on cloning It all started when Ian made a lamb Ian Wilmut removed an udder cell from a 6-year-old Finn Dorset ewe and reproduced the cell within the means of the law He placed one of the resulting udder cells in a bath of chemicals forcing it into suspended animation This step ensured that the cells deoxyribonucleic acid DNA would keep working after the transplant An immature egg cell was removed from a second sheep this one a Scottish blackface ewe A needle was used to take out the eggs nucleus where DNA is stored The egg cell and the udder cell were placed next to each other and then given a jolt of electricity causing them to fuse The electricity also prompted the fused cell to start dividing forming an embryo After six days the embryo was transferred to the womb of yet another Scottish blackface ewe Five months later in July 1996 a Finn Dorset named
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