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Michael Jackson Was Cloned - Conspiracy theorists are having a field day, report says
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Only hours after news of the tragic death of the King of Pop Michael Jackson was confirmed on June 25, conspiracy theories were already starting to circulate on the Internet and in the media. Stemming mostly from fans’ refusal or inability to accept that their idol had gone, they had it that he was still alive and well – and perhaps just playing a hoax on them as he used to. A new report has it now that a clone of Michael Jackson exists, as LiveScience informs.

Speculation about Michael’s fascination with the occult but also with medical advances into the field of cloning has often made headlines. The singer himself reportedly told Uri Geller, self-proclaimed “mystifier,” that he wanted to have a clone done no matter the cost, a “mini-version of himself to carry on his legacy.”

Given that Jackson also expressed his desire to “live forever” in countless televised interviews, it’s no wonder this theory is now taking over the Internet and gaining ground with conspiracy theorists, LiveScience explains. However, the chances of this actually happening are not looking that good, the same publication says, no matter the kind of money Michael might have disposed of at one point in his life, before financial and legal woes started to slowly consume his impressive estate.

“The fact is the science didn’t advance soon enough for Jackson. There have been no substantiated claims of cloned human embryos grown into fetal stages and beyond, despite rumors to the contrary. The capability to so do is near, however. […] But the process remains ineffective. About 98 percent of all cloning experiments don’t work, according to a Human Genome Project fact sheet, and many of those that work result in debilitated offspring and premature deaths.” the science-oriented publication points out, thus somehow debunking the ongoing theory.

Even if Michael did go ahead with his plan and had himself cloned, he would have still violated the stipulations issued by concerned authorities throughout the years. “More significant than scientific barriers could be ethical concerns. Physicians from the American Medical Association and scientists with the American Association for the Advancement of Science have issued formal public statements advising against human reproductive cloning, the Genome Project notes. […] Cloning might turn human life into a commodity, leading to a spare parts market for harvesting human organs from cloned ‘brain-less bodies’ for the rich as they seek to extend their life span.” LiveScience writes.

While the cloning theory is seen as viable by many, we might as well note that it’s not the only one making the rounds at this moment. Two other theories have it that either Michael Jackson staged his death to free himself of creditors and the media, and is now living a happy, secluded life away from all this madness, and that he actually died two years ago, and what fans saw in the meanwhile was just a clone.

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HE is not a man and not a women he is nutral ....
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