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Outside the lab where the cloning had actually taken place most of us thought it could never happen Oh we would say that perhaps at some point in the distant future cloning might become feasible through the use of sophisticated biotechnologies far beyond those available to us now But what we really believed deep in our hearts was that this was one biological feat we could never master Cloning is a procedure that is nothing less than detrimental to society at large While there may be some positive implications nothing is worth clonings inherent negative effects on our species as we know it The introduction of cloning to society would more then likely be at the cost of humanity individuality and the risk of physical harm to produce something that more than likely could have been produced in other ways It is a procedure that is not moral on many levels due to its possible harm to child and parent its religious implications and its overall unfavorable ratio of harm to goodTry to imagine some of the scenarios that might arise due to cloning humans When a child grows up knowing her mother is her sister and her grandmother is her mother this becomes confusing for the child These are unbearable emotional pressures on a teenager What happens to a marriage when the father sees his wifes clone grow up into the exact replica of the beautiful 18 year old he fell in love with 35 years ago A sexual relationship would of course be with his wifes twin no incest involved technically Clones also may lose the right to an open future A child might be constantly compared to the adult from whom he was cloned He would thereby be burdened with oppressive expectations A child may also be burdened by the thought that he is a copy and not an original The childs sense of self-worth individuality or dignity would be difficult to
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