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December 28th, 2006
A major scientific and political event occurred this week when federal scientists declared there is no difference between food from cloned animals and conventional livestock. The decision allows the FDA to declare that cloned animals are safe for the human food supply.
In the realm of bio-technology, stem cell research and even nanotechnology, there are some genuinely scary and chilling scenarios. Thankfully, cloned animals are not among them.
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