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Cloning Playing Doctor without Playing God According to the Christian Bible two thousand years ago God decided that man could not live alone in the world He created animals from the ground for the field and the air He brought them to man and had man name them all yet man was not content So God put this man Adam into a deep sleep While Adam was sleeping God removed one of his ribs and from this rib God created the perfect companion for Adam made not from the ground but rather from his own flesh This creation was a woman which was named Eve Until just recently God was the only being that could perform such an extraordinary act Now scientists believe that through that same idea under the name of cloning they can cure cancer deformations genetic disorders and much more This all sounds good but can we be trusted with the technology to clone an entire human Even if history shows people are very bad at predicting how and what technology will be used for in this case it is very fair to say that usi ng this technology to clone an entire human would give doctors the ability to do mechanically what God does naturally In 1996 the center of the controversy was a cuddly 7-month-old lamb named Dolly Dolly is an exact copy of a 6-year-old ewe born through a process called nuclear transplantation Specifically scientists from the Roslin Institute near Edinburgh Scotland put genes from the ewe into unfertilized eggs then implanted them in other sheep This was the first time anybody had successfully cloned an adult mammal So how did these scientists perform such a deed It was not as hard as one might think Scientists took a cell from an adult sheeps udder They took an unfertilized egg from a second sheep and removed the part that contains its genetic code Next
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