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Should human cloning be allowed and legal Thats an interesting question that has been around for years Cloning first came to the public attention roughly thirty years ago Kass 27 After failed attempts to try to make cloning legal on humans scientists turned to animals Our own President did not allow scientists to use federal funds to research human cloning Clinton said that any discovery that touches upon human creation is not simply a matter of scientific inquiry He went on to say that it was a matter of morality and spirituality as well While Clinton did not allow scientists to use federal funds for the study of human cloning Scottish scientists decided to try it out with animals That is where the famous sheep Dolly comes up in to play Dolly was a sheep that was cloned from a six year old ewe Shannon 108 This became known to the public when Dr Ian Wilmut announced it to the world on February 22 1997 This was the first known example of a successful cloning of a mammal This breakthrough in scientists led to yet another breakthrough but this time it was on American soil This time instead of a sheep they cloned two monkeys instead This was done at Oregon University This occurred only two weeks after the cloning of the sheep Dolly was announced There is a new movie that came out called the Sixth Day It just so happens that this movie is about cloning In the movie a human gets cloned because he was accidentally thought to be dead Now I am not going to sit here and talk to you about the movie but I am going to talk about the negatives that came with being cloned From what I saw if the cloning of humans was legal then this world would be a disaster I look at cloning as fake Cloning an individual after he or she
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