The same procedures used to clone sheep and cattle could theoretically be used
to clone humans. A very important question in today's world is? Is cloning
right? Some people feel that cloning is very wrong and should be banned
forever. Others feel that cloning is one of mans greatest accomplishments and
should be experimented on humans. I, along with the majority on the population
feel that cloning humans is wrong and should be banned. According to a resent
poll 524 people are for human cloning and 598 of the voters are against human
People are considering the cloning of livestock. But if our cloning technology
progresses we might be seeing genetically modified livestock. But the idea of
genetically modify the cattle the and the farmer can have as many of those
perfect cows has he or she wants. Thankfully their are some technological
barriers at the moment that make mass producing clones unrealistic.
It took 277
tries just to successfully clone Dolly, the sheep that was cloned in 1997. And
even if we did have the technology it would make no sense to clone live stock.
Cloning is not cheap. I'm sure farmers have better things to spend their money
on. For whatever reason farmers feel that cloning is a good idea for their farm
they will come across a big problem. Cloning isn't exact; over generations the
clones will be riddled with genetic flaws due to errors being exemplified
through each cloning
If humans were to clone other humans would it be right? By cloning humans we
would better understand the human genome, and further understanding of our past.
Another reason for cloning humans is that their is a very long organ transplant
waiting lists and if you were to clone humans and harvest their...