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Don't you think that Mr. Craig Venter has violated a copyright law? Human being is best creation of almighty GOD and no one has written permission of reproducing any life by cloning.

This act is written in "The Holy Bible”, Section 1.1.1(First Book, Genesis, Chapter 1, verse 1), and the law is :-" In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." This verse is not only history but also a law. God made Man, Woman, animals and this beautiful earth (our Home).We should not interfere in God's creation (nature).

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