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The Second Tree: Stem Cells, Clones, Chimeras and Quests for Immortality

By: E Dewar
517 pages, Illus
The Second Tree: Stem Cells, Clones, Chimeras and Quests for Immortality
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  • The Second Tree: Stem Cells, Clones, Chimeras and Quests for Immortality ISBN: 9780786714889 Hardback Dec 2005 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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An award-winning journalist seriously reexamines humanity's identity, rights, and responsibilities in a world where scientists can invent new creatures at their whim.

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By: E Dewar
517 pages, Illus
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Anyone wanting to know the real state of archaeology and anthropology in the Americas needs to read this book...Dewar peels away fallacy, uncovers hypocrisy, points out spurious logic and faulty reasoning.
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