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▪ Write a well-composed 5-10 page (1.5 spaced) paper, explaining a current debate in science and representing both sides. ▪ Paper should include, a title, introduction, each side of the argument with 3 supporting pieces of evidence/ideas each, and a conclusion. ▪ Proper references are a must and must include reliable sources. At least 8 outside references should be used, but the more the better as I will judge both the number and quality of your references ▪ Paper should incorporate both the scientific and social or business etc aspects. ▪ Topic ▪ cloning Write a well-thought-out paragraph telling me about one aspect of this episode that you found surprising and why? One aspect that its very fascinating from the episode is the idea of a “totagrade” an animal smaller than the head point of a pen and has survived in the world since the start of the world. It is also fascinating that the animals have been living for about 500 million years, more years than human life on earth (Tyson). For every one person, there are about 1 billion of the animals. Another astonishing fact about them is that they can survive naked in the vacuum of space. They can also survive in volcanos, deep in the oceans and every other place on the universe. 4. (10pts) Describe the balance of informing, educating, and entertaining in this episode giving specific examples (This should be 2-3 sentences.) In the episode, informing takes the main part of the episode, spanning at least 50% of the episode. On the other hand, educating takes 30% of the video whereas entertaining takes 20% of the episode. This is because most of the episode contains fascinating information about plants – nature of photosynthesis; fascinating information about animals – “totagrade”; fascinating information about the nature of the sun; new information about the nature of the comet orchid flower and many others. The episode covers few amount of educational information because it talks about known things such as photosynthesis, but talks about it in a deeper way, helping the viewer to understand better. 5. (18pts) Think of someone in your life who had limited scientific knowledge or interest. Take one topic discussed in the episode and describe some tangible way you would explain that concept to your non-science friend. I.e. take a concept from the episode and find another creative way to explain that concept. For example, if I were to explain evolution to a non-science friend, I would talk about how like dogs, cats are evolved from wild-progenitors and have adapted to live amongst humans. You may need to look at outside resources, which is fine, just make sure you cite your sources! One concept I can teach to my non-science friend is photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is a process that utilizes the sun’s heat and light as energy, just like humans use fire to cook their meals. Plants have chlorophyll, a substance that helps plants to trap sunlight and heat. Chlorophyll is comparable to gas, coal, firewood, charcoal, and such things that humans use to produce heat. Once the plants have trapped heat, it is used to break down carbon dioxide molecules into water, sugar, and oxygen. This is a similar process to the cooking of food such that the different food ingredients blend and form a pleasant meal. The cooking process also produces water, which escapes as moisture and food. As such, photosynthesis can be said to be the cooking process of plants, helping them to generate sugars, which aid in their growth and development.
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Running head: CLONING





The purpose of this paper is to assess the cloning process. The paper will also delve into the
history of cloning in part, as well as the ethical issues surrounding cloning. The paper will
critically address the cloning process and how it is applied as well as the disadvantages and
advantages thereof.
Cloning is a term used to refer to various processes utilized in the production process
of genetically identical copies belonging to a biological being. The result of the cloning
process is a similar organism with the same genetic components as the original being.
Cloning has been done on various things such as genes, tissues, cells as well as organism. It is
a process that has foreseen the cloning of sheep, monkeys, and cows. Developments in this
particular field, such as the successful cloning of monkeys has widened the possibilities of
adopting cloning on humans; a subject that has sparked debate for many years (Regalado
Cloning is done in three various types such as gene cloning, reproductive cloning, and
therapeutic cloning. While the cloning of gene is focused on developing similar genes
through the process of cloning, reproductive cloning focuses on cloning of the whole
organism. Therapeutic cloning, on the other hand, is used to produce stem cells from embryos
for the purposes of undertaking experiments which can modify new tissues that may be used
to replace tissues that have been injured or may have been diseased.
The mention of the term Cloning brings to mind Dolly the sheep who has been a
global sensation since her birth in 1996. Albeit the fact that Dolly has since passed on, and is
mounted as a display in Scotland at the National Museum, the cloning that gave birth to
Dolly has since seen more animals been cloned thereby changing the agricultural field
(Fiester, 2005). The success that has been evident in the cloning process over the years has
prompted the Japanese in trying to clone the Wooly mammoth that has been extinct for more
than ten decades. Therefore, clones are in essence organisms that bear an exact resemblance
to the genetics thus presenting identical structuring in their DNA. The cloning process can
occur naturally, and as a result, identical twins are made (Cloning, n.d). However, the same
process can be manipulated in a lab. This process can be achieved through artificial embryo
twinning or through somatic cell nuclear transfer.
Artificial Embryo Twinning



Artificial Embryo Twinning is achieved when the natural process of creating identical
twins is mimicked. The twinning process is achieved in the initial days when the egg is
moving to join the sperm. The embryo is comprised of unspecialized cells whereby each
embryo half disintegrates into two parts resulting in two separate but complete organisms
(What is cloning? n.d). The resulting o...

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