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Aslan...Here, Kitty-Kitty-Kitty-Kitty by Carolyn Said San Francisco Chronicle April 15, 2004

Aslan, Activity 16 according to Jill has to do with Activity 15, but we didn't have to do Activity 15. So what do you suggest?

Jill, here is the web site that has the article of Here, Kitty-Kitty-Kitty-Kitty.

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Posted by jill d #170087 at Aug 13, 2014 5:52 PM

Activity 16 requires the use of information used in Activity 15. There are a large number of articles cited in the I-Chart template. Have you read the rest of these articles?

Posted by greta r #218157 at Aug 13, 2014 6:03 PM

I read the articles, but he/she doesn't asked for Activity 15 for us to do. So, I don't know why she asks for Activity 16.

Is it possible that you can also look at activity 15 in order to help me with activity 16. Again, really would appreciate all your help. I understand that you need to help others, but that's OK. I just would like your help when you can.

Posted by jill d #170087 at Aug 13, 2014 6:30 PM

Activity 16 is based upon all of your readings, and the instructions cite using your chart. I'll check this out further in a bit..

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I looked at activity 15. That would take me an hour or so to do.Still in activity 16 they ask you to pick an article and make an argument. I might argue that cloning is ethically wrong. Cloning opens up a "Pandora's Box" of genetic problems that we don't have the answers to. Furthermore we must ask ourselves if cloning "fluffy" the cat important enough to mess with genetic strains that could harm all of us. Part 16 is really involved and it's very difficult to interpret chart data in this short forum space. I hope this helped a little though.


I really do appreciate your help. Thanks so much once again. Your still the greatest!

Thanks Greta!