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Cloning Imagine a world with cloning out of control A world where everyone looks walks talks thinks and acts the same There would be no war no racism perfect justice and all the other benefits of a completely homogenous society The only problem with this vision of the not to distant future is that no one wants to be one of one hundred million five hundred seventy three thousand nine hundred and twelve Even in this age of pop culture and MTV people cling to their own notion of personal individuality One of the many other problems with cloning is that to even come close to the stage of cloning where the scientists could clone just one body part say a heart or a lung would require the creation and destruction of so many clones as to nullify the value of the life saving technology that would result There is no reason why science has to clone humans and any advances in this direction would only detract from the overall quality of human life and ultimately destroy the world as we know it To begin with cloning undermines all of the genetic traits put into each human being by the Darwinian selection process Every cell in our bodies is telling us we need to spread our genes on to the next generation Soon there would be four or five variations on a child You would choose the smart kid or the track star or maybe make yourself a copy of the latest singing sensation If when a couple want a child they just choose one like a vending machine soon we will have a million little Air Jordans and Brittney Spears running around But almost none of them would turn out like the original because most of a humans personality is not in their genes but their upbringing and environment as a child And when the little clones of Mr Jordan didnt grow up
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