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  • mankind
  • Although movies and books sometimes make it seem like human cloning would only lead to an army of clones taking over the world and destroying mankind, there must be a scientific reason that this topic is being researched. (easybib.com)
  • Maybe the scientists will have the final word - after all, cloning is for the benefit of mankind, many would argue. (infobarrel.com)
  • offensive
  • The eminent University of Chicago ethicist Leon Kass has argued that human cloning would be offensive in part because the clone would 'not be fully a surprise to the world. (wired.com)
  • experiment
  • We cannot subject any human being to developing unexpected physical abnormalities and possible early death because they are an experiment . (everything2.com)
  • Science imposes a framework , a context that this human being is the scientific experiment. (everything2.com)
  • In a similar experiment, however, we succeeded in prompting human eggson their own, with no sperm to fertilize themto develop parthenogenetically into blastocysts. (scientificamerican.com)
  • Opponents
  • Opponents say that it involves taking a human life. (theregister.co.uk)
  • Opponents of the work contend that no potential medical benefit can justify the destruction of what they view as a human life, or even as a person. (scienceblog.com)
  • Whether or not either theory holds water, human cloning still has opponents on all sides of the divide. (infobarrel.com)
  • Opponents of the ban, primarily the University of Minnesota, claimed that producing a human organism by cloning and then destroying it after five to 10 days, is not cloning. (lifenews.com)
  • life
  • In their opinion, it is immoral to remove protection from an innocent human life and cause it harm when it cannot defend itself. (easybib.com)
  • The clone would go through childhood and adolescence with the same life-shaping unpredictability as any kid. (wired.com)
  • After a few years, clones may develop unexpected abnormalities while living a normal life like their DNA parent. (everything2.com)
  • People desire that their clones would live the life that was "meant to be theirs. (everything2.com)
  • Cloning would, indeed, bring a person to life, but through a laboratory manipulation in the order of pure zootechnology. (vatican.va)
  • The potential risks to unborn human life cannot be justified. (bpnews.net)
  • Many other common events that no one ever even thinks of banning take a much greater toll in human life than human cloning ever could in the worst case scenario. (humancloning.org)
  • Human cloning upsets a balance nature has set up in order to maintain life on the planet. (absoluteastronomy.com)
  • in between: a plan to transform cloning into a most marvelous tool in order to make life flourish throughout countless would be new worlds. (humancloning.org)
  • Cloning life might herald the golden dawn of the ultimate technological revolution. (humancloning.org)
  • Human embryos are more than bags of biodata, wherever you stand on pro-choice or pro-life. (globalchange.com)
  • There is a profound mystery here: human life developing from a single cell. (globalchange.com)
  • Our hope is that Gov. Dayton will listen to the people and their elected officials, who want to prevent this unethical treatment of human life in our state. (lifenews.com)
  • The state legislature passed a ban on taxpayer funding of human cloning in 2009, which pro-life Gov. Tim Pawlenty signed into law . (lifenews.com)
  • Pawlenty also, in 2008, vetoed the Kahn-Cohen Cloning Bill , which would have legalized human cloning and forced taxpayers to pay for the destruction of human life. (lifenews.com)
  • nucleus
  • They then inject the nucleus of the donor cell (or sometimes a whole cell) into the enucleated egg and incubate it under special conditions that prompt it to divide and grow [see Therapeutic Cloning: How It's Done ]. (scientificamerican.com)
  • Thirty-one had their nucleus removed and replaced with a nucleus from the person whom he wanted to clone. (lifeissues.org)
  • lawmakers
  • President Bill Clinton has urged Congress to ban human cloning, and action is expected in Congress after lawmakers return next week. (cnn.com)
  • Sen. Michelle Fischbach, R-Paynesville, and Rep. Bob Dettmer, R-Forest Lake, sponsored the legislation to ban human cloning and lawmakers ultimately included it in the Health and Human Services omnibus bill. (lifenews.com)
  • process
  • British ambassador Emyr Jones Parry, on the other hand, condemned "the intransigence of those who were not prepared to recognize that other sovereign states - after extensive dialogue and due democratic process - may decide to permit strictly controlled applications of therapeutic cloning. (theregister.co.uk)
  • The cloning process appears simple, but success depends on many small factors, some of which we do not yet understand. (scientificamerican.com)
  • Thus, there should be strict regulations on the process for its beneficial use in the human society. (absoluteastronomy.com)
  • genes
  • Take a cell from your body, place it against a human egg from which genes have been removed, add a spark of electricity and the two become one. (globalchange.com)
  • The cloned daughter knows she'll have impacted wisdom teeth on her fifteenth birthday, she'll be grey at 40 and suspects mum is giving her music lessons to prove how talented her own genes are. (globalchange.com)