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After reading an essay entitled Is it right to clone a human I felt like I should give some information along with a more realistic view on the topic This essay written by Charlie Cho is about the new technology of cloning and gives a lot of misconceptions as reasons to ban its research and future use forever The essay makes many clear points as to why we should ban cloning Cho states that we would be unable to decide whom these people belong to and if we use them for organ donation what will we do with them Do we just kill the cloned humans He also brings up the possibility that a new form of racism for cloned humans could be created or humans could be made by the millions to fight for an army What if this technology causes humans to hate each other or leads to the demise of the human race The biggest reason that he gives is the idea that God created us and to take over his job would be sinful Cho says that God never intended for us to do that One of his points about whom would take care of these people was one not well thought out Consider the example of the couple who wants to replace a child who has died The couple doesnt seek to have another child the ordinary way because they feel that cloning would enable them to reproduce as it were the lost child Also what about a couple looking to start a family of their own Another possibility is the person who wants to clone different parts in order to have acceptable spare parts in the case when he or she needs an organ transplant But regardless of the reason that someone has a clone produced the result would nevertheless be a human being with all the rights and protections that accompany that status Humans would not be cloned
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