Who pays for cloning?
When it's done in a lab? In an academic lab it's the funding body (usually a charity or a wing of government). In industry that it would be the company itself.
When it's done naturally? The parents, who end up with identical twins instead of a single baby.
There is no country in the world in which the cloning of human beings is legal, this is due to ethnical and religious reasons. The cloning of plants and animals on the other hand has helped us understand the actual idea of cloning in a different way. On information on the cloning on animals visit the articles on cloning on wiki.
hello, some were shocked. · 89% believed that the cloning of human beings was not morally right · 66% believed that the cloning of animals was not morally right · 69% are scared by the connotations of cloning humans · 74% believe that cloning is going against God's will · 19% disagree with the statement that cloning is against God's will · 6% of Americans are in favor of human cloning