Human Cloning

Only available on StudyMode
  • Topic: Cloning, Human cloning, Cellular differentiation
  • Pages : 23 (7462 words )
  • Download(s) : 621
  • Published : September 12, 2011
Open Document
Text Preview
“Human Cloning”
(The creation of a genetically identical copy of a human)

By:

Christian John Gamboa
BSIT-1A

“Table of Contents”

Acknowledgment…………………………………………..1 Introduction………………………………………………..2 History of Human cloning…………………………...........3 Ethical Implication………………………………………...4 Current Law………………………………………………..5 In Popular Culture, Religious Objection ………………….7 Human Cloning Question: To do or not to do? ..................8 Human Cloning is Beneficial by Tae Hoon H. ..................11 Should Human Cloning Be Allowed? by Lishing L. ……..13

A story about wanting to have a clone…………………….15 Human cloning arguments! .................................................16 Conclusion………………………………………………....20 Bibliography………………………………………………21

“Acknowledgment”

I, the researcher would like to extends and express my special appreciation to the people who heartedly shared their knowledge in order that this research paper will be successful. I would like to thanks my parents for their moral and financial support. To my classmates and friends who encouraged me to continue this study. And above all, I heartedly thank to Almighty Father for his guidance and for making me more interesting to make this work possible.

Thank you very much!!!

“Introduction”

Did you hear the word “Human Cloning”? Are you familiar with this? Many people have different views about human cloning. Some believe it to be a good thing. I think cloning is one of the worst things to in our society. Cloning is very dangerous to humans. Not only could it kill a human being, but it could affect a family or others around them. One of the things that make me think cloning is a dangerous experiment is the effects it could have on the people. Human cloning is one of the hottest ethical issues in the late 1990’s, which gained a lot of controversies until now in our society. Before, I am very curious about this kind of experiment, I am always asking to myself, should human cloning can be allowed in our society today? That was the big question that always in my mind while I am doing this research paper. Human cloning is much prohibited because it is tampers God’s will in creating human. It is just like we take the work of God into our own hands. If I would be given a chance to decide, I won’t allow this kind of experiment to enter in our society today, for the reason that this kind of experiment is bring out a lot of troubles, bad influence, and it is very expensive, only those very rich people can benefits this kind of experiment, so it is very useless and unfair for those who are not so blessed. They say that there are advantages in allowing this kind of experiment, Such us human cloning can cure cancer disease which is one of the major causing death of many people in the world, Human cloning provide an unlimited organ donors, It can provide a child in a childless couple, but if there are advantages there are also a lot of disadvantages: such as human cloning can damage human embryo, it can provide viruses that can kill human, it is a long process, it needs a lot of trials and testing in order to create a perfect clone, and as what I had mention earlier it is very dangerous to human. The reason why I choose this topic in order for you to be more aware in this kind of experiment, because we cannot assure that this could not happen to us now, but later on the time has come that one of us is being clone.

History of Cloning
Laboratory cloning techniques using undifferentiated embryo cells were first developed in the late 1800s, when German zoologist Hans Dreisch separated a sea urchin embryo when it was just two cells, and both cells grew to adults. In the early 1900s, German embryologist Hans Spemann extended Dreisch’s work to salamanders. In his experiments Spemann determined that a nucleus from a salamander embryo cell could direct the development of a complete organism. He published his results in 1938...
tracking img