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  • Cloning Of Other Beings
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    Cloning Cloning is an unethical action that should not be tampered with physically in any animal form regardless of what it is. This is a genetically engineered process by humans, in which, perfectly generated genes from someone or something is copied into its own life form to be an exact replica. In the article "Calves cloned to produce drugs" there are two cows involved with cloning. People should not be tampering with this, but letting God create people and animals the way he has it planned o...
  • Second Article In Support
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    Cloning: Good or Bad The rapid development of the technology for cloning has led to moral debates around the world on whether or not to ban breathing human clones. While the potential benefits of genetic engineering are considerable, so may be the potential dangers. We have come to believe that all human beings are equal, but even more firmly, we are taught to believe each one of us is unique. Is that idea undercut by cloning That is, if you can deliberately make any number of copies of an indiv...
  • Clone The Human Soul
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    Cloning, Ethical The cloning of an adult sheep and the possibility that human cloning could soon follow has raised some serious ethical questions. Some people object on a purely ethical level while others favor cloning solely for the scientific advances it will produce. In the debate over cloning, there are those who say that the scientific benefits and advances gained from cloning are beneficial to society. On the other hand there are those who feel that cloning is morally wrong and would produ...
  • Cloned Humans
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    After reading an essay entitled Is it right to clone a human, I felt like I should give some information along with a more realistic view on the topic. This essay, written by Charlie Cho, is about the new technology of cloning and gives a lot of misconceptions as reasons to ban its research and future use forever. The essay makes many clear points as to why we should ban cloning. Cho states that we would be unable to decide whom these people belong to and if we use them for organ donation, what ...
  • Clone Twin And The Dna Donor
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    The cloning of humans is now very close to reality, thanks to the historic scientific breakthrough of Dr. Ian Wilmut and his colleagues in the UK. This possibility is one of incredible potential benefit for all of us. Unfortunately the initial debate on this issue has been dominated by misleading, sensationalized accounts in the news media and negative emotional reactions derived from inaccurate science fiction. Much of the negativity about human cloning is based simply on the breathtaking novel...
  • Clone Of Some Famous Individual
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    Pre-Mature Decision Millions of people pour into movie theatres every weekend to view movies about sports, romance, politics, and Science Fiction. While most of these movies are meant exclusively for entertainment, occasionally people will leave a theatre believing what they had viewed. Science fiction movies do this very well, especially when it comes to the topic of cloning. These movies from time to time have involved cloning machines, where a character walks into the machine and out he comes...
  • Cloning Of Humans
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    Cloning In recent years the strong debate of human cloning has come into perspective after the cloning of the sheep Dolly, arguing over the ethical and unethical issues has been the main issue. After the cloning of Dolly President Bill Clinton put a five-year ban preventing the use of any or all-federal funding towards human cloning. That does not stop the scientist with his or her own money and courasity to experiment with human cloning. The unethical issue have played a major part in this ban ...
  • Clone The Way
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    Cloning Will Help Us in the Long Run. One issue that has come up within the past five years is the issue of human cloning. This issue has made many people quarrel about if it is morally right or not. One argument against human cloning that many people are looking into now, is whether cloning is ethical. Many people are against this issue, on the other hand, many people are for it. This controversy is currently going on and will be even a greater controversy if the government allows cloning. Both...
  • Clone Humans
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    Human Cloning The question of weather we should clone humans is finally here. Not only that, this question is inevitable, vacillating and certainly very debatable. Finally, after many years of wondering medical science has excelled so much that now the idea of cloning humans is no longer a foolish fantasy. It is my belief that the cloning of humans is obscure and unnatural; therefore, cloning humans should be illegal. If cloning humans would be legal there would be crime. If people started to ma...
  • Cloning Scientists
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    Cons of Cloning web this article "Cons of Cloning" by Andrea Castro, the point is made that there are many positive things about cloning; but there are also many bad things that could happen if men were to fool around with cloning. The main thing that was pointed out to be the negative part of cloning is that people would lose their individuality. Soon cloning the same people over and over and over and over again would create many problems. There would be less variety of people, or if there were...
  • Clone Normal Everyday People
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    Imagine yourself walking down the street, forty or fifty years from now. Everything is normal, there people walking to their destinations. You continue to walk your way, minding your own business, when all of a sudden you realize you are see a lot of the same people more than once. You just take it to mean that there are a lot of people walking in circles. As your day continues you see more and more of the same people. Meeting up with one of your friends you asks, "hey, lately, have you noticed ...
  • Different From Other Reproductive Technologies Clones
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    Cloning: Fact vs. Fiction Millions of people pour into movie theatres every weekend. There are movies about sports, romance, politics, and Science Fiction. They are meant to entertain people, however many people actually leave a theatre believing what they just saw. There are movies where some evil genius devises a cloning machine, where someone just walks into and out he comes along with his clone. This might have made the movie enjoyable, but have put the idea of cloning in a bad light. There ...
  • Clone The Whole Human
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    When Dr. Ian Wilmot created Dolly, a fully formed life from another sheep's cell, it generated many different questions around the world. Among these topics is the heated questions of whether or not humans should be cloned. With the new technology called "human cloning", we are trying to find a way so that it would be beneficial to society. Many people are "pro-cloning", arguing that it would benefit humankind in medical and science fields. However, for those who are "anti-cloning", the argument...
  • Word Clone
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    For many years, scientists, as well as the people of this nation, have been interested in a subject known as cloning. The word clone originally came from the Greek word kl on, meaning, a branch or offshoot. In 1961, J.B. Gurdon cloned a tadpole by destroying the nuclei in an unfertilized cell and replacing it with one from an adult tadpole. He says this technique can also be used in humans. Why clone a person Cloning is very useful. Its study can further our knowledge of embryonic cell division ...
  • Human Clones
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    The cloning of humans is now very close to reality, thanks to the historic scientific breakthrough of Dr. Ian Wilmut and his colleagues in the UK. This possibility is one of incredible potential benefit for all of us. Unfortunately the initial debate on this issue has been dominated by misleading, sensationalized accounts in the news media and negative emotional reactions derived from inaccurate science fiction. Much of the negativity about human cloning is based simply on the breathtaking novel...
  • Human Clone
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    Human Cloning: A Blessing for Helpless Couples "Should human cloning be banned?" The response to this controversial issue may vary from person to person based on their moral and / or religious beliefs. When viewed from my eyes, as a married infertile woman, human cloning would not appear as horrible and degrading as majority of the people believe it is. People may assume different meanings of the word "cloning". However, an expert, Ruth Hubbard, a professor emeritus of biology at Harvard Univers...
  • Clone People To Clone People
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    Cloning is what makes another human being a human. People study cloning everyday of their lives and make money doing it. Cloning really is a way of life to some people. What do you know about cloning and do you think we should accept it? The word clone had many different meanings. The scientific meaning is organisms in your body handed down through asexual reproduction. Clone is a word given to us by the Greek. The word then meant "twig" (Cohen 9). The first thing people cloned were a sheep call...
  • Clone Twin And The Original Person
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    Sam looked at his clone and realized that everything was over. This insufferable clone he'd created was now controlling his whole life. His whole world was crumbling down in front of his eyes while he stood there feeling helpless. His clone was now in charge. This is the type of ending that science fiction movies about cloning usually end with. Human cloning is usually looked at in a very adverse manner in spite of the huge advantages that it has. This negative attitude that cloning encounters i...
  • Fascination As The Cloning Process
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    Cloning is a process that has been debated for decades, and all the arguments are now coming to a head. The thought of cloning has been around since the turn of the century, but was not given much publication until the genre of science fiction pursued it in novels, comics, magazines and television shows in the mid-1950's. When Dolly, a sheep, was cloned, many people, including scientists, religious leaders, politicians, and common people, were held in fascination as the cloning process was expla...
  • Cloning Of Human Cells
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    The announcement of the cloned ewe, Dolly, in 1997 by scientists in Scotland, was a shock to the entire world. The idea of cloning wasn't new, but at the time still seemed farfetched to most. As John Greene stated "We had not, as a species, ever truly considered the likelihood that human reproduction would fall so fully under the hand of technology" (1). However, once the reality of this controversial practice set in, scholars and common people alike began to debate the pros and cons of cloning ...

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