This a rebuttal!!!
Read the article on this link first:
You don't have to but it is advisable, for that is the text I'm refering to in my arguement.
Maybe it's the year 2010 or 3010, cloning I believe is something that is inevitable. I mean its already started with animals, and considering us humans are animals aswell, then its only a matter of time before it hits us. So what do we do? Drop everything and run, embrace this technology with open arms, start reading on how to become a Jedi or should we all start building bomb shelters and prepare for Armageddon. Considering that no one can look into the future I can't answer that question, but I can tell you my opinion. If in the future humans are cloning other humans to only keep the original humans alive, aren't we creating a paradox? Well aside from the facts that were stated in the other article, which I'll quickly run over.
"Mutant clones, Clone Armies, physiological effects of cloning on their individuality and lastly my favourite powerful leaders abusing power. I will address my own points.
Mutant clones, sounds like something out of X-men. Well to address the point, Darwin's Theory of Natural Evolution. If you haven't heard of it, look it up. Simply put why this man is important is that his theory of "Survival of the Fittest" is what I want to explain. Right now cloning is a scientific project at its baby stage. It itself is still evolving, into a larger body, and technology is changing the way we think about this all. Babies of various animals are born defected, but so are the naturally born babies. Also the fact that this technology is growing rapidly, the margin for error is growing smaller. When...