23 MARCH 2008 FOXNews SCIENCE GONE MAD SCIENTISTS TO CLONE HUMAN- ANIMAL HYBRIDS... APE-MEN, PIG-MEN, LION-MEN... ?... SCIENTISTS SAY THIS IS FOR "MEDICAL CURES" AND WILL DESTROY HYBRID EMBRYOS WITHIN 15 DAYS TO ENSURE THEY ARE NOT IMPLANTED INTO HUMAN FEMALE WOMBS.....
17 JAN 2008 FOXNews HUMAN CLONING NEARS Stemagen, a USA based company announced it has successfully cloned a human embryo. Although they did not implant this embryo into a human womb (this is against USA law) the techology has now arrived. A HUMAN CLONE WILL NOW BE POSSIBLE BETWEEN 2008 & 2012 AD, the dates found in the Bible Code for the Start of The Tribulation and 2012 AD is the "Mayan Year for "Doomsday".
27 NOV 2002 CNN THE SECOND VIRGIN BIRTH? Dr. Severino Antinori, claims he has successfully impregnated A woman with a cloned Embryo and she will give Birth to the First Cloned Human in January, 2003 AD. Dr.Antinori claims the pregnancy is going well with no problems.
6 April 2002 Reuters FIRST SUCCESSFUL CLONED PREGNANCY
New Scientist News Service reports: A woman taking in a controversial human cloning programme is eight weeks pregnant, claims Dr. Severino Antinori, one of the two controversial fertility specialists leading the effort to clone the first human. "One woman among thousands of infertile couples in the programme is eight weeks pregnant," Antinori is reported as saying at a meeting in the United Arab Emirates.
25 NOV 2001 CNN MAJOR BREAKTHROUGH
Advanced Cells Technology Inc announced that they have succesfully cloned The First Human Embryo
25 MARCH 2001 The New York Times
Scientists say they see what appear to be genetic problems almost every time they try to clone.
"For example, some mouse clones grow fat, sometimes enormously obese, even though they are given exactly the same amount of food as otherwise identical mice that are not the products of cloning. The fat mice seem fine until an age that would be the equivalent of 30 for a person, when their weight starts to soar," said Dr. Ryuzo Yanagimachi, a University of Hawaii researcher who first cloned these animals and has studied cloning's consequences in them.
"[Cloning Humans] would be morally indefensible," said Dr. Brigid Hogan, a professor of cell biology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville and an investigator with the Howard Hughes Medical Institute."
Dr. Rudolph Jaenisch, Whitehead Institute at Massachusetts Institute of Technology said, "It would be reckless and irresponsible," adding, "What do you do with humans who are born with half a kidney or no immune system?" And, he said, "What about the possibility of creating children who appear to be normal but whose genes for neurological development work improperly?"
25 March 2001 Western Europe The New York Times
Politicians in Germany have condemned the British Parliament for approving creation of human clones for experimental research into treatments for illnesses such as Parkinson's Disease. The German Government's position is, "To breed a human being only to kill it, disembowel it and impregnate something with it is basically cannibalism." Germany has banned such work, as has France. With high risks of creating a human clone with severe physical handicap - who is going to provide healthcare insurance or medical/legal cover?