Human and Animal Cloning

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Science has made rapid progress over the last century. Where before, if a person needed an organ transplant they had to be placed on a waiting list, it is fast becoming a possibility that technology can develop one needed right away. Though this is not an option available to the public as yet, science is fully exploring all areas of the possibilities involved with cloning…

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The first thought of cloning and human cloning came about when the first Scottish scientist cloned a sheep named, 'Dolly' (Human Genome Project Information 2004). However, there were theorizations that the cloning of the sheep was beyond logical realms of ethics and even though it brought about worldwide interest, complications also arose. It is widely recognized how often science will go to bring about new changes and within the area of cloning there are a myriad of beliefs and opinions that claim the use of this science goes against the normal balance of nature. For example: science clones a sheep and takes another step beyond that to actually contemplating cloning a human being. Too many people of religious stature, cloning is just morally wrong but scientists refuse to listen, always reiterating what they have always stated. The ideas that are formed through science and the discoveries stemming from those ideas are always done with the best interest of human kind in utmost consideration. That is well and good but the development of nuclear technology and other weaponry also stated the same type of mental way of thinking and it has cost many lives in the process. ...
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