Human cloning

Human cloning

 
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Human cloning discussion
 
onecylon
I am dying because there is no suitable organ donor! Cloning would save my life! Would you change your opinion about cloning if it was you who was dying?!
           
 
Khvalovsky
replied to: onecylon
Cloning is a matter of our nearest future and it's been coming, my friend. Nothing is able to stop it. The main problem remains the same one - lack of money to research and explore, to buy and to find a team of real specialists. In some countries life is miserable and worthless. Poor people from such places of the Earth are worse than "clones". They are just human material of nature and local hosts of life living like kings on the background of defenceless, illiteral and wild countrymen who have been fighting for their survival while the bosses of their "society" do nothing to help them. If you'd been rich, it would be rather easy to kill someone or injure by making the person a donor with some suitable organs, just alive piece of meet, needed to restore someone's defective organism. Cloning doesn't mean such kind of unlawful mudering or assasination. Your question seems to be a cry of zomby from the novel named "Monster Island" written by W-(V-)ellington" - something like "Gimme your flesh!" Cloning would save lots of lives if it would be possible to make it a suitable reality. Stem cells are already used, but it's too expensive for common people to get even dent implants, for example, without talking about any other organ or tissue. It doesn't matter if it were you or me dying - the course of progressive science is unstoppable and, on my opinion, there, certainly, already exist, such places on our earth where cloning makes real wonders.