Are We in the Days of Noah?

Excerpt: A company in South Korea has taken an order for what will be the first commercial cloning of a pet dog. The company, RNL Bio, said earlier this week that it is cloning a pit bull terrier for a lady in California. The lady wants her dead pet cloned and is willing to cough up the $150,000 fee. The cloning will be conducted by a research team from Seoul National University. The Seoul National University team produced the world's first cloned dog, Snuffy, in 2005. RNL Bio is the university's business agent. RNL's CEO expects as many as 500 orders within a few years from rich pet owners in the United States, Japan and Europe. Cloning is now a commercial business. If history is any judge, it is just a matter of time before we progress from dogs to humans.

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