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These days the subject of cloning has become a very hot topic People seem to have very strong feelings about this subject especially if they are against it In the articles offered by Kevles and Krauthammer we see two very different opinions that are written in two very different styles Daniel Kevles opinion of cloning was written in a very low-key style His title Study Cloning Dont Ban It makes the content of his story obvious but comes across as a little bit boring His opinion was written in a positive flowery kind of way but it was not very passionate In Kevles opening paragraph it is interesting that he would cite a line from Songs on Innocence innocence being the key word asking Little Lamb who made thee 628 This was done as his introduction to Dolly the cloned sheep While the author admits that Dolly has provoked wide-spread ethical foreboding 629 about the possibility of human cloning he also tells us that this Prospect troubles many people but they ought not be too concerned about it at the moment 629 this appears to be a clever way of down-playing our fears and might suggest that for now we are over reacting The author refers to a book about Daedalus who from Greek mythology was the first biological inventor 629 Daedalus is a myth does Kevles actually want us to believe that biological engineering has been around since before the beginning of time Although this article is about cloning Kevles has a clever way of avoiding the ethical issues As mentioned earlier he made light of the issue of human cloning by telling us we should not be too concerned about it at the moment He reminds us that although biological innovations are often initially seen as perversions over time they become accepted as a ritual supported by unquestioned beliefs and prejudices 629 In other words if human cloning should
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