Physicist Reaffirms His Cloning Goals
Chicago physicist Richard Seed shrugged off President Clinton’s denunciation of his plans to clone humans and reaffirmed his determination to do it abroad. Seed said on “Fox News Sunday” he has received support from infertile couples. He stood firm in his resolve to clone a child within the next two years, saying he would move his enterprise offshore to Tijuana if Congress bans human cloning. Seed, who has a doctorate from Harvard, is unaffiliated with any institution. He said he has enough money to start his project but lacks the $2 million he estimates he will need to complete it.