South Korea is launching a criminal investigation into a claim that a Korean woman is pregnant with a cloned embryo, it was announced on Friday.
07-28-02, 01:24 AM
-is suddenly reminded of the movie the 6th day-
will be very interesting to see what happens to the child after it is born (assuming everything goes 'well')
It's a given that you can't stop cloning of humans.
Down we go...
09-02-02, 12:40 AM
I fully support human cloning. If nature got it good the first time(with someone like me for instance) why leave it up to chance a second time? I would love to raise a clone me as a son. Then I really could say I know what it's like to be him. ;)
10-10-02, 02:54 AM
Angelus you arrogant... well anyway, human cloning doesn't work. The Idiot Scientists didn't count in the genetic age of the clone, to put it in normal terms.
If you clone someone that's 80 years old that's what the genetic age of the person would be at the moment he or she is born, shortly said the person would live a very short and painfull life.
Leave cloning alone.