Cloning[ edit ] Cloning is the method discussed as an option for bringing back extinct species, by extracting the nucleus from a preserved cell from the extinct species and swapping it into the egg of the nearest living relative.
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MERGE exists and is an alternate of. Merge this question into Split and merge into it SAVE In BreakupsDefinitionsPolitics and Government There are plenty of arguments against cloning - especially against cloning humans - ranging from scientific issues, to the practicality of cloning, to religious objections.
On the scientific side, we see that a large percentage of cloning efforts end in failure. For example, it took hundreds of attempts to clone Dolly the sheep.
Another scientific argument is that genetic diversity helps provide the "pool" of variations available for a robust human population. It is commonly known that inbreeding animals constantly can result in reduced variations and an increased risk of genetic defects. An example is hip displasia in purebred dogs.
Mutts tend to be more adaptable and healthier. On the practical side, it is far easier to reproduce naturally than to create individuals through cloning. And it is vastly more practical to have a child within the context of marriage and a family than in a laboratory.
Just as each member of a pair of identical twins has a soul, so would a Cloning arguments. Those Cloning arguments favor cloning humans argue that we could produce more geniuses and thereby improve life for everyone through their contributions. Some argue that we could produce clones to provide "spare parts" for people who need transplants.
There is no proof that someone who is genetically identical to Albert Einstein, for example, would be a genius or would use his genius for socially acceptable ends. Upbringing and environment could turn an Einstein clone into another Adolf Hitler.
As for spare parts, it would be no more ethical to use a clone for that purpose than it would be to use your next door neighbor. There are two passages in the Bible that bear directly on the issue of men playing God.
Also, in Genesis 11 is the story of the Tower of Babel. Humans, with the help of a common language, were on the verge of building a tower all the way to Heaven.
But God did not approve: Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other. Capital Punishment I agree with the last poster and you are correct with your stats, but think of this Again I stress, watch your news and see just how many terrible crimes are committed and most are re offenders.
So, do we hang onto these murderers for 7 to 10 years while the justice system ploughs through case after case, or do we get these people out of society re a death penalty? Every time I look at the news some husband has killed his wife and now there is a case where a father killed his wife and kids.
We have cases in Canada where someone was convicted of a crime one young fellow was 14 years old and after 25 years in prison he was set free. Fair, I think not, because it was a bungled investigation from the beginning. They actually suspected a higher up in the Air force of killing this young girl, but did nothing about it.
When asked if he thought people convicted of murder should be executed he said "yes! This man is not bitter, has a family and well liked in his community. Because of media hounding him and books written about him he has since moved from B.
I think if one could see the aftermath of carnage on victims inflicted by a mad dog, then we would be singing a different tune.
If the evidence is packed against them, then so be it. Here are some opinions: I live in Canada and we have the softest laws going here and most of us are sick to death of it and fighting for tougher laws. People who murder, maim, or are deviates and are a danger to society should be put out of their misery to keep our streets safe.De-extinction, or resurrection biology, or species revivalism is the process of creating an organism, which is either a member of, or resembles an extinct species, or breeding population of such organisms.
Cloning is the most widely proposed method, although selective breeding has also been proposed. Similar techniques have been applied to endangered species.
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In recent years, the term “fatwā” has been widely used throughout the media, usually to indicate that a death sentence has been dealt to someone or some group of people. The Cloning Blues trope as used in popular culture. In Speculative Fiction, being a clone absolutely sucks. It's enough to make a clone sing the blues. Cloning. In biology, the activity of cloning creates a copy of some biological entity such as a gene, a cell, or perhaps an entire organism. This article discusses the biological, historical, and moral aspects of cloning mammals. The main area of concentration is the moral dimensions of reproductive cloning, specifically the use of cloning in order to procreate.
home page application page cloning page. Cloning humans - for and against. There are strong emotional reactions to cloning human beings, however there are also good arguments to be made both for and against cloning. Arguments Against Cloning - What are the scientific, practical, and religious objections to cloning?
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A brave, moral argument for cloning and its power to fight disease. A timely investigation into the ethics, history, and potential of human cloning from Professor Ian Wilmut, who shocked scientists, ethicists, and the public in when his team unveiled Dolly―that very special sheep who was cloned from a .
 As a general proposition, every human being comes into existence by the fusion of a human egg with a human sperm, but twinning can result in multiple children from one human egg, and there is the potential for cloning of a human embryo.