Should human cloning be allowed?
Questions started with a sheep named Dolly. Dolly was a clone sheep born on February 12th 1997. Ever since Dolly has existed scientist across the globe have been studying cloning and we are now presents with the question, should human cloning be allowed? In order to debate the potential of human cloning, we must first consider how it ties in to certain aspects of human society. In society today, public opinion about human cloning is divided. The supporters for human cloning argue that human cloning should be allowed, as the research may have to potential to eliminate many of the world's problems such as animal extinction and can also benefit mankind in many ways. On the other hand, the opposes of human cloning say that cloning is unethical and that we should not be defying the very foundation of natural creation.
If human cloning were to undergo technological advances, the study of health would also drastically improve. Cloning would provide better research capabilities for finding cures to many present-day diseases.
Reasons for allowing human cloning:
Infertility: In my opinion, if a couple is unable to conceive a child, then there are plenty of children in orphanages and foster care that could use a home and family. Adopting an orphan is much easier, cheaper, virtuous, and safer solution than trying to clone a human being, not including helping a child in need. Genetic Illness: If a person chooses not to have a child that is genetically their own because of a risk with passing on a genetic illness, then again adoption is a better solution for the reasons mentioned previously. Vanity: Bringing a child into the world should not about our narcissism, vanity, or an attempt at indirect immortality, because we are all unfairly biased for ourselves and our genes. Super Humans: Selecting the most perfect genetic donor in someone’s opinion, whether it is Albert Einstein, Michael Jordan, or some other above average...
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