It is understood that using forms of genetic manipulations has great potential, if the usage is based on the idea that it will be used to improve agricultural production, medicine technology, and the like. To use cloning as a coping device for those who mourn loved ones, or simply cannot deal with nature's life and death process, however, is simply wrong. It is not only idealistically wrong, but ethically, morally, and even lawfully unjust. If cloning human beings becomes a reality, it will be the process that will slowly deteriorate the diversity of the world, and the ability for people to deal with negative occurrences in their life.
Ethically and politically cloning seems to be breaking all the rules, already. Supporters of cloning are pushing for a reform of any law or constitutional right, banning cloning, to be changed. Cloning is currently backing an ethical uproar around religious communities, due to its new explosion of advancements.
Contemplations of a new race, and its laws, are already in the making. Despite the hoards of people who are anxiously gathering to ban it, scientists are continuing to push forward with experimentations. Some of them believe that no matter if a person, or group, likes cloning or not, they better learn to deal with it because it will not be stopped. It is hard to say whether or not the growing populations who are against cloning will be able to do anything to prevent it as a whole, or even partially. Regardless of how the U.S. chooses to deal with this issue, each country has their own plans and opinions. There are many variations on the new cloning policies, and the outcome of this new technology will be very interesting to see.
There are three different types of cloning. The first two are...