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Dolly, Dolly, and More Dolly
It all started with a sheep named Dolly. In the mid-1990s, scientists proved convincingly that after decades of trying, we could, indeed, clone mammals — and even possibly, human beings. Unsurprisingly, this discovery was one of the most controversial of the 20th century, and the issue of cloning continues to be just as contentious today.

Cloning

Learn about cloning, starting with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's excellent Cloning Fact Sheet located at this url: http://www.genome.gov/25020028   
Then respond to these big issues:

1. What are the risks and benefits of cloning?
2. What are some potential uses for cloning?
3. Could you envision using cloning technology in your own life? If so, how?
4. What are some of the ethical problems with cloning?
5. How do you feel about cloning animals? What about humans?
6. Should cloning be regulated? If so, by whom?

Minimum word count requirement: 350
Be sure to list any citations or references used.
.

Dolly, Dolly, and More Dolly
It all started with a sheep named Dolly. In the mid-1990s, scientists proved convincingly that after decades of trying, we could, indeed, clone mammals — and even possibly, human beings. Unsurprisingly, this discovery was one of the most controversial of the 20th century, and the issue of cloning continues to be just as contentious today.

Cloning

Learn about cloning, starting with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's excellent Cloning Fact Sheet located at this url: http://www.genome.gov/25020028   
Then respond to these big issues:

1. What are the risks and benefits of cloning?
2. What are some potential uses for cloning?
3. Could you envision using cloning technology in your own life? If so, how?
4. What are some of the ethical problems with cloning?
5. How do you feel about cloning animals? What about humans?
6. Should cloning be regulated? If so, by whom?

Minimum word count requirement: 350
Be sure to list any citations or references used.
.

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Dolly, Dolly, and More DollyIt all started with a sheep named Doll.docx

  1. 1. Dolly, Dolly, and More Dolly It all started with a sheep named Dolly. In the mid-1990s, scientists proved convincingly that after decades of trying, we could, indeed, clone mammals — and even possibly, human beings. Unsurprisingly, this discovery was one of the most controversial of the 20th century, and the issue of cloning continues to be just as contentious today. Cloning Learn about cloning, starting with the Oak Ridge National Laboratory's excellent Cloning Fact Sheet located at this url: http://www.genome.gov/25020028 Then respond to these big issues: 1. What are the risks and benefits of cloning? 2. What are some potential uses for cloning? 3. Could you envision using cloning technology in your own life? If so, how? 4. What are some of the ethical problems with cloning? 5. How do you feel about cloning animals? What about humans? 6. Should cloning be regulated? If so, by whom? Minimum word count requirement: 350 Be sure to list any citations or references used.

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