According to the Chinese scientist employed in Boyalife Group, the world's biggest cloning factory, they have technology advanced enough to replicate humans, but the fear of the public reaction is the only thing that hodls them off. Current plans include cloning cattle for booming middle class, racehorses and police dogs, as well as primates (with their South Korean partners) in order to create better test animals for disease research. Since there's a small step between primates and humans, there's a reasonable fear that they might start cloning humans. Apparently they have a technology ready, but they're restraining themselves, mostly because of possible adverse reaction. More info: http://phys.org/news/2015-12-china-clone-factory-scientist-eyes.html I guess cloning humans won't happen soon, but's inevitable. What do you think?