Explore the miraculous potential and frightening possibilities of genetic cloning as National Geographic's cameras reveal the history, controversy, and cutting-edge developments of a scientific breakthrough capable of literally changing the destiny of the human race. Witness the remarkable effects of the cloning revolution, from frozen zoos to super chickens to companies that offer DNA copyright for celebrities. Explore the "brave new world" of the emerging human cloning industry that some welcome as a godsend and others denounce as playing God. Experience the moving personal stories of people desperately awaiting the life-or-death benefits of "spare parts" and reproductive cloning. From ethical dilemmas to science-fiction scenarios, it's a thought-provoking look at the ultimate technological Pandora's box.
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