Clones and Culture A group of scientists in Rome announced this week that they will attempt to clone human beings. However, even though the process is steeped in scientific logic, the frightening images most people have of cloning are based on the work of science-fiction writers. NPR's Lynn Neary explores the use of cloning in film and novels.
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A group of scientists in Rome announced this week that they will attempt to clone human beings. However, even though the process is steeped in scientific logic, the frightening images most people have of cloning are based on the work of science-fiction writers. NPR's Lynn Neary explores the use of cloning in film and novels.