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Should a national identification system in which each Americans DNA pattern is registered be establishedHas the US come to the point where we have to devise a national identification system in which everyones DNA pattern is registered in a network of computers I believe so and the process of using a persons DNA pattern for a national identification system is a very good idea This identification system could be used to offer new jobs put criminals - who are guilty - in jail and also provide people with medical information about themselves and their healthI believe using a persons DNA pattern for a national identification system is a very good idea even better than fingerprints Although every human being is 999 identical that 1 left makes a big difference between two people By using a genome of 3 billion letters your DNA chain that tenth 1 is actually three million separate links in your DNA chain That is how the difference between two people is figured out I know its a difficult process but it can be very useful in our society today and that is why I think it is a very good ideaAlthough the identification system is a very complicated matter it could open up doors for job opportunities for people that qualify People that are qualified for the job might have to be computer literate able to work long hours reliable and trustworthy to run sophisticated and expensive machinery and have a background of knowledge of the DNA chain and patterns among it Also probably being a government funded job benefits would be available and the pay wouldnt be too bad eitherFingerprints are very useful in burglary and property crimes but what about a rape case Fingerprints wouldnt be very useful in a rape case so DNA testing would have to be done on semen samples found at the scene of a crime Fingerprint variations are spectacular and were considered state of
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