Cloning first appeared in its earily forms before the turn of the 21st century. New discoveries in genetics allowed scientists to experiemnt with primitive embryonic cloning techniques. Utilizing basic nuclear transfer and Recombinant DNA technologies, scientists were able to clone mammals from DNA. The Full set of DNA information is inserted into the egg cell providing the cell with parent information from the original DNA donor. The fertilzed egg is then placed into a sarigent mother where it grows until birth. These primitive steps in clonging helped shape a new age a medician.

In later years non-embryonic cloning became possible as engineered life forms and synthetic tissue and skin was developed. Using DNA as a blue print, an indeviduals organs could be grown in a matter of minutes. The process is known as Anocellular Factorma. The organs, bodies, or tissue being produced is spoun at an extreme speed layer by layer. Like a series of plates stacked apon one another.

This technology allows for the saving of countless lives. It is also relivly inexpensive, which is anohter great aspect of non-embryonic cloning. There is, however, a down side.

The technology to reproduce organs and tissue is simple, there is a more complicated science which uses Anocellular Factorma as a basses. The process, sometimes called cosmetic enhancement, takes existing organs and tissue and alters them in such a way as to "improve" them. People can be made stronger, faster, and taller. Even altered to the extent to where they are no longer of identifible as a species. Skin can be made many times more stronger and flexible. Bones can be hollowed and wings added, it is the true designer body.

Copyright © 2000 Charles Bird.