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The '''Human Cloning Foundation''' is or was an organisation advocating [[Human cloning]].
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The '''Human Cloning Foundation''' is a New York City-based<ref name="hcf-60m">[https://www.cbsnews.com/news/human-cloning-13-03-2001/ Human Cloning: In Theory, It Can Be Done Now], <i>60 Minutes</i>, March 13, 2001.</ref> [[human cloning]] advocacy organization established in 1998.<ref name="hcf-1">[https://www.guidestar.org/profile/58-2426731 Human Cloning Foundation] on GuideStar</ref>
  
It's website shut down in September 2019.<ref>https://web.archive.org/web/20190924071312/https://humancloning.org/</ref>
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Headed by Randolfe H. Wicker, who also operated the Clone Rights United Front,<ref name="hcf-people">[http://web.archive.org/web/20050206233748/http://humancloning.org/shauna_wicker.htm Advocates], The Human Cloning Foundation.</ref> its operations were primarily based around the humancloning.org website which operated from February 23, 1998 until September 2019,<ref>[https://web.archive.org/web/20190924071312/https://humancloning.org/ humancloning.org] on the Internet Archive</ref> and <i>The Cloner</i> mailing list operated from it.
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It is frequently referenced in [[Raelism|Raelian]] advocacy of human cloning.<ref name="hcf-rael-1">[https://raelusa.org/human-cloning-foundation/ Who's afraid of Human Cloning?], Rael's Comments, July 28, 2016</ref><ref name="hcf-rael-2"><i>Yes to Human Cloning: Eternal Life Thanks to Science</i>, Rael, 2001</ref>
  
 
== External links ==
 
== External links ==

Latest revision as of 05:03, 12 February 2020

The Human Cloning Foundation is a New York City-based[1] human cloning advocacy organization established in 1998.[2]

Headed by Randolfe H. Wicker, who also operated the Clone Rights United Front,[3] its operations were primarily based around the humancloning.org website which operated from February 23, 1998 until September 2019,[4] and The Cloner mailing list operated from it.

It is frequently referenced in Raelian advocacy of human cloning.[5][6]

External links

References

  1. Human Cloning: In Theory, It Can Be Done Now, 60 Minutes, March 13, 2001.
  2. Human Cloning Foundation on GuideStar
  3. Advocates, The Human Cloning Foundation.
  4. humancloning.org on the Internet Archive
  5. Who's afraid of Human Cloning?, Rael's Comments, July 28, 2016
  6. Yes to Human Cloning: Eternal Life Thanks to Science, Rael, 2001