Cloning is the revolutionary discovery of the late 20th and 21st century. It is the process of creating a copy of an original. A clone is a single cell or multi-cellular organism that is genetically identical to another living creature. Cloning a gene means to extract a gene from one cell and insert it into a second cell, where it can develop and be brought to life as another organism. Cloning is very contraversial. (Raeburn) The news of the successful cloning of an adult sheep Dolly has caused an outburst of ethical concerns. These concerns are not about Dolly, but rather about the possibility of cloning human-beings. For the most part, however, the ethical concerns being raised are exaggerated and misplaced, because they are based on mistaken views about what genes are and what they can do. The danger, therefore, lies not in the power of the technology, but in the misunderstanding of its significance.
Cloning should be legalized and open to study because it might lead the human kind into the new age of discoveries.
There are a couple of widespread misconceptions about cloning one of them is a fear that the army of clones is going to be created for some special functions. If people think that they are wrong, they create an image of robot like creatures for themselves. The eggs are just fertilized artificially but are developed and bought to life naturally. The cloned organisms have the genetically identical makeup; however they have different personalities and characters. "Cloning is not Xeroxing. The clones would begin just as original Jordan and Einstein began-hairless, toothless, and requiring diapers."(Cohen 41-44)
The study of animal cloning proved that there are a lot of benefits of animal cloning. For example, studies showed that cloned animals have a tendency to live and...