So we have a basic understanding of cloning which happens in nature with identical twins. The law is irrelevant since not everybody has signed that ridiculous treaty forbidding human cloning. How close are we to transplanting a central nervous system into a younger clone body? Life extension technologies are crawling along at a snail pace. Teleromase experiments involving mice have seen a 50% extension of lifespan but it hasn't been transferable over to humans. So which country is leading the way and ignoring that stupid anti-cloning law? I may emigrate there.