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SCIENTIFIC PROGRESS CAN DESTROY THE MORAL AND ETHICAL FIBRE OF SOCIETY Scientific progress can destroy the moral and ethical fibre of society well that is the question puzzling the people for 70 years The first attempt at cloning happened in1938 by Hans Spumone he was the first man to successfully make identical twins that was a break through in science it open many door and from that day many people have been trying to master the art of cloning and it is not until the 1990s the world really got serous about cloning cause in 1997 Dolly was announced the first cloned sheep As you think about what giant steps cloning has take you will see that scientific progress can destroy the moral and ethical fibre of society but it wont because after every new breakthrough is announced there is always another scientist trying to better go bigger than the first one and eventually you have the same finished result but it perfect and completely flawless Well in my opinion cloning is the way of the future and it doesnt matter what we do about it eventually the human race will die out and clones will take over but that is along way into the future today cloning can help in the IVF program also cloning works a lot with genetic engineering the list goes on cloning will help the society in so many ways The topics that will be covered are cloning in medicine this is a very important break through in medicine imagine being able to clone a heart for a person who needs a heart transplant In the medical world cloning could be used to full advantage cloning could cut down waiting list for organ transplants in a huge way Just imagine your father is dying from heart disease and he need a transplant heart as quick as possible but there is a long waiting list and they cant find
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