Who’s Afraid of Human Cloning?

The beginning of this book is superb and it only gets better from there. Gregory Pence, a professor of philosophy and bioethics at the University of Alabama in Birmingham, is unabashedly in favor of human cloning. Pence talks about attending the first major conference on human cloning where the pro-cloning position was not defended in … Read moreWho’s Afraid of Human Cloning?

Cloning the Human Race: The Importance and Advantages of Cloning Technology

THESIS: Human cloning and its technology are necessary and should be continued because the cures to diseases may be found, the infertility problem may be solved, and more geniuses may be produced.   I. The birth of Dolly the clone II. Curing diseases III. Relieving infertility IV. Producing geniuses V. The future of the human race VI. References VII. Bibliography I. The birth … Read moreCloning the Human Race: The Importance and Advantages of Cloning Technology

Romance Novels

These books are reviewed and rated by the Bookworm.  The sole purpose of the Bookworm’s Bookstore is to generate operating funds for the nonprofit Human Cloning Foundation.  The Bridges of Madison County by Robert James Waller My favorite romance novel of all time.  Waller completely supends your disbelief; everything that happens in this novel is real.  … Read moreRomance Novels

Books about doctors or about becoming a doctor

These books are reviewed and rated by the Bookworm.  The sole purpose of the Bookworm’s Bookstore is to generate operating funds for the nonprofit Human Cloning Foundation.  10 – The House of God by Samuel Shem  The classic book on medical training and it affects interns.  This book introduces readers to buffing and turfing and other … Read moreBooks about doctors or about becoming a doctor