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Science and technology are what shape society today and humans take great pride in the success they have had in technological and scientific developmentsMany look upon science and technology as the secret of the worlds success But is todays exceedingly advanced technology really a step towards success Or just a step towards the dehumanization of mankind A success is defined as something that turns out satisfactorilyLets take a look at some of the successes of todays technology and science and where is the world heading today thanks to science and technology Have you ever thought about having an exact double of yourself What about 3 or 4 of you This is called cloning and its one of the latest medical successes Cloning means making a living thing from another living thing such as a plant or animal The process uses the genes of the first so they both have identical DNA Cloning could be used to grow organs for organ transplants Sure it sounds like a good idea but think about it humans being harvested for their body partsHatched to fill their predestined role in society These so called people would not actually be people at all They would be grown like crops treated like objects A development maybe but a success I dont think so Yet this is one of the biggest Medical successes in the history of science Think about it Sure it would be great to have sayyy Ian Thorpe cloned 5 times over each one of these thorpedos trained beyond the limit non stop just to swim swim swim and be the best at one particular sport But this doesnt just have to be for the athlete- oh no we could use it got the soldiers factory workers we could make people to fit a job description We could get rid of all the boring and tedious jobs and palm them off to a clone who doesnt have any
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