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  • Wanna see famous people

    When we clone famous people in that time, we can see them by reality
    in the future. Think about it. We don't need 3D holograms forever maybe. Also we can ask to that cloned human that how do you do it?
    Many people are curious of famous person. We can ask them what we are curious about

  • Cloning should be allowed in some situations.

    With proper regulation, cloning should be allowed in some situations. It's a great technology that should be leveraged for the betterment of humanity. The ability to clone certain organs can save lives and restore functionality in a person that would otherwise be totally lost. So long as it's not abused, there shouldn't be any problems.

  • Cloning should be allowed in some situations

    Cloning should be allowed in some situations. These situations include any situation that could benefit from cloning. This is because of the fact that cloning is a very useful and beneficial tool that should be utilized. The future depends on scientific advancements such as cloning for the survival of mankind.

  • Cloning is against the catholic faith!

    Cloning is not natural, in order to create a child, you need a man and a woman to be in love. You cannot go against God and the Church, cloning should be banned in all parts of the world. If you want an organ donor so bad to "SAVE MILLIONS OF LIVES" then save the millions of children dying of hunger and disease all around the world. Making a human being manufactured in a laboratory is against the catholic faith and should be banned!

  • Cloning is a natural extension of modern science

    Cloning is the next logical step in showing our knowledge of the exploration of sciences. While there are many ethical debates to be had from cloning people, and the treatment of them as individual life forms. In the case of animals, it may be an excellent idea to clone certain "prize winning" animals for future purposes.

  • Cloning should be allowed.

    I have personally always found the idea of cloning to be an interesting subject. I think that cloning should be allowed in certain situations. Sometimes when someone dies people are so heart broken and would love to be able to have the chance to clone them, and I think it should be able to occur under certain permissions.

  • There should be no restrictions.

    The only reason for restrictions on cloning are to assuage the unfounded fears of people who are scientifically illiterate. Sorry, but just because cloning makes you frightened is no reason to ban it through laws or other measures. Cloning will lead to scientific breakthroughs, but we can't get them if we make them illegal.

  • It Would Get Out Of Hand

    I can't even fathom what the question means, as far as "some situations?" Is it to say we lost a great leader like Nelson Mandela, so we need to clone him to bring the great leader back and keep the world a better place. Is it to say, we should just clone body parts like hearts kidneys, and lungs for transplants. I think either way would be bad because people would end up abusing it and trying to get rich off of other people's lives.

  • Cloning is against the catholic faith!

    Cloning is not natural, in order to create a child, you need a man and a woman to be in love. You cannot go against God and the Church, cloning should be banned in all parts of the world. If you want an organ donor so bad to "SAVE MILLIONS OF LIVES" then save the millions of children dying of hunger and disease all around the world. Making a human being manufactured in a laboratory is against the catholic faith and should be banned!

  • Too Many Moral and Ethical Questions

    I believe that if we decide as a race to clone humans, the decision will at some point lead to a lot of moral and ethical questions in our society. I do not believe we should clone humans until we understand how the practice could effect us, especially future generations. Would clones be treated different than humans? Will they have the same right? Are they, their own person, or simply a copy? What happens when the first clone, kills a human? What happens when a human kills a clone?

  • Cloning should not be allowed in any situations.

    Cloning is unnatural and it is anathema to human dignity. It is not natural for people to make genetic copies of themselves. Scientists should not be able to play god with the human body and the human soul. No populace will support a government funding cloning under any circumstances, even if a few scientists alledge that it will advance medicine.


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