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Currently with technology advancing rapidly in every aspect of life is it possible that humans can recreate themselves This big ethical and moral question is on the minds of almost every person in the world Should we as a human race make duplicates of ourselves There are several things to look at and to consider when making decisions based on God like proportions There are health risks from mutation of genes An abnormal baby would be a nightmare come true The emotional risks could have a deep impact For instance the child grows up knowing her mother is her sister her grandmother is her mother Every time her mother looks at her she is seeing herself growing up There would be unbearable emotional pressures on a teenager trying to establish his or her own identity What happens to a marriage when the father sees his wifes clone grow up into the exact replica by appearance 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 There are always the risks of abuse of technology With a God like technology like cloning the risks could be less as risky as why someone would want a clone of someone else or of themselves Reasons why people want human cloning may be rational or irrational That is not the point The fact is that a recent US survey conducted by CNN found that 6 of US citizens think human cloning could be quite a good idea Just a few of the reasons people may want to clone could include bizarre ideas A person may want to recover someone who was lost as a twin or just a reminder Someone else may have infertility issues and rather than use donated sperm and eggs why not use a cell of ones own self to give birth to yourself ones own twin
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