The common question has been whether the cloning practice should be accepted. In this essay, I argue that there is no point to resist the cloning practices, including its associated practices such stem cell extractions, because there are various associated benefits.
The benefits associated with the cloning practice are well documented by (Bardocz 2). To begin with, through cloning one can develop crops with desirable quality, which can address food. Cloning has also been described a process of the capability of driving endangered and extinct organism. One of the greatest aspirations has been to revive the extinct woolly mammoth. However, scientists are yet to succeed in extracting DNA component from the death mammoth. Even so, scientists are still trying and are optimistic about the process. This DNA will be extracted and then inserted into the embryo of black Africa elephant. Researchers are hopeful that this will came true within ten years.
Trials have established that genetically modified food has the potential of doing better than the ordinary crops. In addition, they have also been found to possess the trait of not requiring pesticides to thrive. This has the following implications. Reduced dependency on pesticides means farmers will reduce the costs of farming because they would not need to buy the pesticides. In another way, reduced use of pesticides would mean that the environment would be conserved. This is in consideration to the fact that pesticides, among other groups of aerosols, are serious pollutants of the environment. In this regard, genetic modification is in line with sustainable development for real environment
In addition, genetically modified crops can grow in an adverse environmental condition such as dry season. Genetic modification creates the allowance to come up with crops that are more nutrition than ordinary crops. Based on these reasons scientist, as whereas those that support cloning, has been assertive that genetic research is advantageous in the sense that it would address food security and achieve sustainable development (Illmensee 427).