In “Baby, It’s You! And You, and You…” by Nancy Gibbs, she does not directly approve the view of those who think that no possible benefit can justify when scientists clone somebody. However, she opposes human cloning as she emphasis on the ethical aspects. She points out that cloning is closer to you than you think, and no researchers think the mechanics of cloning are very hard because researchers have learned them since Dolly. Moreover, Raelians, a religious group, intend to clone the cells of a dead 10-month-old boy.
Gibbs, Nancy. “Cloning: Where do You Draw the Line?” Time 13 Aug. 2001: 18-21.
Gibbs, Nancy. “Baby, It’s You! And You, and You.” Time 19 Feb. 2001: 46-57.