They may be cloning animals but human cloning of a baby could have happened many times already - how would you know? If people are willing to clone their pets, how long do you think it will be before we are cloning our loved ones and even ourselves? They are already growing human parts in laboratories for organ transplants, & cloning of human embryos has already been achieved. Human cloning headlines are usually at least two years behind what's really going on. Birth certificates could now read: Place of Birth: Made in America Even though physicians from the American Medical Association and scientists with the American Association for the Advancement of Science have issued formal public statements advising against human reproductive cloning. The U.S. Congress has considered the passage of legislation that COULD ban human cloning. But it does not say SHOULD ban... Human cloning is more dangerous than weapons of mass destruction some pope by the name of ---> Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI) I Never trust a pope! Latest Clone: A Florida couple has spent more than £100,000 on a clone of their deceased pet Labrador. Lancelot Encore is a clone of Ed and Nina Otto's late dog Lancelot, who died of cancer in January 2008. The Ottos, who could not bear life without their beloved dog, placed a £108,000 bid on a biotech firm's dog-cloning auction last July. BioArts International created Lancelot Encore in South Korea, where he was born ten weeks ago. The Ottos say he is the first single-birth, commercially-cloned puppy in the United States. http://uk.news.yahoo.com/5/20090128/twl-pair-pay-100k-to-clone-dead-pet-3fd0ae9.html Anyway, my question is How far would YOU go to be with a loved one - human or beast?