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Have you ever wished you had a twin Someone who looked just like you that could take your place when you needed Well in 50 years scientist predict that may be possible by using genetic cloning Genetic cloning is defined as the creation of an organism that is an exact genetic copy of another According to the University of UtahThis means that every single bit of DNA is the same between the two In retrospect we could look at clones as identical twins except theyre made in a lab from a cell Cloning is something thats new to us we recently started hearing about it not too far back when we first heard of Dolly the first female sheep to be cloned She was born in 1996 from a human somatic cell So if these trials were successful with an animal why not try them on humans Dolly the sheep being the first successful mammal to be cloned opened the possibilities to human cloning This method has always been used with scientists because with the success of animal trials there have been various ways that society has been able to help from the experiments that the animals had to undergo One of the most controversial topics when it comes to the advancement of human cloning has to do with whether it is ethical The ethical issues of cloning have been raised by the Catholic Church as well as other religious organizations It has raised conflict with religion because others view cloning as playing god This can be defined as humans playing an omnipotent role on the creation of life God is the master creator and he created us in his image so in creating other human beings in our image using embryos would be like us taking on the role of god Christians believe that life begins at conception and its taboo for that life to be created artificially without man and woman but
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