The Cloning Of Human Cloning

1449 Words Nov 30th, 2015 6 Pages
Technology is advancing at a greater rate than anyone could have imagined, it is said that the first person to live up to 1,000 years old is alive today. However, many humans have a fear that this power of creation is fashioning an earthy trinity of man, science, and technology. Many of those who believe and fear this idea are apprehensive of various upcoming technological advances. After the first successful cloning experiment of a sheep, Dolly, scientists have looked into human cloning and the benefits it would offer humanity. Cloning of humans would give parents who are infertile the possibility to have a child that would be biologically theirs and if they wish theirs partners. Additionally, cloning would help aid people who are sick. Thru cloning humans, doctors would be able to have a perfect organ transplant or bone marrow donor. Furthermore, the advancement in cloning would generate an evolution in genetic research, helping clone identical cells and tissue along with reproducing human organs identical to the one the patients needs with their own DNA. Under a utilitarian stance, it is morally correct for us to conduct human cloning because it benefits the greater good. Human cloning would not undermine God or create an uneven advantage to those cloned; it will only help create advances in our society and help save more human lives. Human cloning should be permitted under regulations that check where the child is going. One of the disadvantages of cloning humans is…
Open Document