You Have No Reason for Cloning Humans
Think of walking down the street in thirty years and running into an exact replica of yourself. Is it your twin? No, you do not have a twin; it is your clone. Your biological makeup could have been cloned as an embryo and raised separately as an experiment. I bet many of you have seen Star Wars, Jurassic Park or many of the other movies that describe cloning. Most of what you see in these movies is false. What you do not know is if that cloning could be dangerous, to the clone and to our society as a whole. Based on this, according to Time Magazine poll (March 10th, 1997) reported that 74% of those asked believe that it is against God's will to clone humans. Ever since the successful cloning in Scotland of the Finn Dorset sheep, Dolly on July 5, 1996, cloning has been one of much debate. The reason why Dolly shocked the world was that she was the first clone from a cell of an adult mammal, something previously thought to be impossible. This meant that the possibility of cloning human beings was increased. For fear of realizing human cloning, a lot of countries have taken necessary measures to regulate the study of it (The Problems of Cloning). Some people, such as scientists in this field and certain infertile couples, are now arguing against banning it. But I think we should ban human cloning because it has a possibility to reduce the value of our life, to take away individuality in our society, to destroy the moral and social systems, to cause physical and psychological damage especially for the clone, to goes against the religion rules and, of course, it is ethically and morally wrong. As an individual person and human being, we are raised with family values. We are taught about the value of marriage, parenthood and respect. Cloning will bring the demise of those values. "Changes in the broader culture make it now vastly more difficult to express common and respectful understanding of sexuality, procreation, nascent...
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