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- I would say the writing style is informal. Although it is meant to be inform, there is not a clear thesis argument to the article and the diction is fairly laid back. The reading level is meant for the general public rather than an academic setting. It is a little more sophisticated than conversational English.

"The 6th Day," set in the year 2010, in which a pet-cloning company called RePet was as ubiquitous as Kinko's.

-The proof is in the puddy-cat." From Buggs Bunny Show I think .

This article is meant for the general public or mass consumption. The author uses colloquial pop culture references to have the reader relate to his information, it gives them a reference point.

# 2,3, and 4 appeared to be answered already.