The Science Of The Human Race

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The world is vastly increasing its population and human beings are becoming more technologically advanced. Every year it seems like the next iPod is coming out. Before you know it the iPod 25 will be released. Consequently, all iPods before the new iPod 25 will become obsolete and soon discarded. The world is becoming a disproportionate place of buying new products and then to simultaneously to disregard the now out of date products. The world has reached a technological point where it has become so motivated to reach new heights we are contemplating on whether we should soon advance the biology of the human race. Ever since the cloning of the first animal, a sheep named Dolly in the year 1996 the world has been afraid that animal cloning is only the beginning for they felt man was playing god. As for human cloning the public knew it would follow soon after. In this time of panic Gretchen Vogel, a journalist notes, that suddenly the public’s fears came true. In the year 1997 before any cloning laws were set a physicist, “Richard Seed, made a widely publicized claim that he would attempt to clone a human” (2001). After Richard Seed’s announcement several legislative bills were passed in effect to prevent human cloning. Despite all the ethical and biological harmfulness that human cloning can cause, it has many areas where it could in fact improve the human race. Vaughn a philosopher assesses the work of Dan Brock, who wrote a paper on the ethical pros and cons dealing with
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