Pros And Cons Of Cloning

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For centuries there has been rousing controversy on whether cloning is the right step to advance in the science world. As research and experiments thrive with the advancement of technology and science, we are getting closer to the inevitable reality of cloning. Today, the question remains unanswered whether to, “clone or not to clone”. Under the Webster Dictionary the definition of cloning is, “the aggregate of genetically identical cells or organisms asexually produced by or from a single progenitor cell or organism”. When the idea of cloning arises, society tends to ask itself is it right or wrong. Indeed, there are many advantages towards cloning, however, we must know where to the draw line so we don’t go too far. “In 1996, Dolly the sheep became the first mammal cloned” by the Roslin Institute, which astonished so many people. Since Roslin Institute, lead by Dr.Ian Wilmut, successfully cloned Dolly the sheep, people wonder what their going to clone next. This leads to the question: Is cloning morally and ethically right, or is it the act of playing forces that we don’t fully fathom?
Since there’s so much controversial ideas on cloning, I however have to disagree that cloning is erroneous and something we shouldn’t disarray with. It is morally and ethically improper, dangerous, and wrong. Though, I am not a religious person, I do say we are playing with a power that we don 't understand. That is perilous. Creating clones that have the same genes, personality, physical
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