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Cloning is a new technology that humans have just acquired Before cloning was something that you could read about in a science-fiction book for a buck Now we have seen proof of cloning with the sheeps called Dolly The big question is if we should clone humans There are only two ways this could be possible The first way involves splitting an embryo into several halves and creating many new individuals from that embryo The second method of cloning a human involves taking cells from an already existing human being and cloning them in turn creating other individuals that are identical to that particular person With this technology almost at our fingertips another huge question is Would it be ethically right to clone a human or human parts My answer to this question is maybe It all depends on what we use this technology for I would say yes to this scenario An elderly man develops macular degeneration a disease that destroys vision To bolster his failing eyesight he receives a transplant of healthy retinal tissue--cloned from his own cells and cultivated in a lab dish Some guy uses clone technology to create the perfect solider With this technology he destroys the worldAnother huge question on peoples mind is Would it be morally right My answer is again maybe If it is being used to benefit someones health I say yes If you are creating a whole human I say no It is not our job to play God and create humans God gave us the gift of reproducing to be used between a man and a woman Not by scientists in a labA third question people are wondering about is What emotional effects would be put on the clone My answer would be that no emotional stress would be put on the clone It would survive like a regular person It would act like a regular humanBibliographyhttpwwwcwrlutexasedumchoroste306beencloning
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