From dead cows – Haven’t we had enough problems using animal parts from dead cows? Now a company wants to increase meat production by cloning dead cattle.
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Despite the claims made by Cloneaid, scientists say human cloning may never be possible. Actually, it’s primates that can’t be cloned (and that’s us, too). Hundreds of attempts to clone monkeys have failed, and researchers think is this because of the biological make-up of primate eggs. Due to the way genetic material is divided as the cells split, the cells end up with too much, or not enough, DNA to survive. Dr. Gerald Schatten says, “This reinforces the fact that the charlatans who claim to have cloned humans have never understood enough cell or developmental biology (to succeed).”

Maybe we can’t be cloned, but we can change our physical bodies in order to become more spiritual beings.

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Clonaid, which claims to have created the first human clones, has distributed a photograph of one of the clones for the first time. In the photo, the baby is in an incubator and can barely be seen. Supposedly, this little boy, who was born in Japan, is the 3rd of the 5 babies they’ve cloned. Clonaid president Brigitte Boisselier showed the photo on a trip to Brazil and says the baby’s father will soon travel to Brazil to offer scientists proof that the baby’s DNA is identical to that of a deceased sibling.
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People who have had UFO experiences or who have become convinced there is something real about UFOs are confused and dismayed by the recent cloning announcement by the Raelian group. What Rael was told by aliens doesn?t make scientific sense, so does it mean that all information given to us during UFO experiences is wrong? Anne Strieber writes, “Since I’ve read literally hundreds of thousands of letters from experiencers over the years, I’m in a good position to answer this question.” Find out what she has to say about UFO Cloning.

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