Why shouldn't humans attempt to clone living organisms including humans? Why do people think it is wrong? Nevertheless, natural cloning occurs everywhere. All plants, some insects, algae, unicellular organisms that conduct mitosis or binary fissions, and identical twins are all clones of each other. As long as genetic make-up is the same they are considered clones. Cloning would bring endless potentially important benefits to everyday life and more importantly, the future.
By being able to clone living organism, we can help endangered species such as tigers and many other nearly extinct animals from being wiped from the face of earth. The idea does not stop there. In the future meat supplies and food sources will become scarce because of the population expanding and insufficiency of land to farm or breed. Therefore, with the technology of cloning, humans can clone essential and necessary animals such as cows and sheep and agricultural animals to provide us with food instead of wasting a lot longer in time and breeding them. If we start researching cloning technology now, in the near future we will be able to make safe and healthy clones faster and more economical. However if ethical reasons and religious beliefs continue to slow down and stop scientific development like every time in history, (such as development of Cell Theory, numerous physic laws, chemistry developments, and astronomical discoveries) cloning technology will be critically slowed down and stopped resulting in just more than lose of lives.
Aside from use of cloning technology to survive, we get to the idea of using cloning technology to save lives. A simple idea which can be wildly in use in the future would be producing clones to be used for a person whose life is at risk due to a disease such as cancer or a defective organ. Using organ transfer, we can transfer the healthy and operating organ of a clone to a person at risk. We can use clones to donate rare blood types. In the long term...
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