Human cloning

Human cloning

 
why did they band human cloning?
 
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Human cloning discussion
 
Adiah1997
why did they band human cloning?
           
 
scbrow
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It's because making babies the old fashioned way is much more fun
           
 
whiten
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Because it is only a scientific wishful thinking. In all its aspects it is a wasteful process that produces only fakes that have no any real chance on life.It is impossible to truly produce any cloned humans or any other cloned life species for that mater. No one can, in reality,afford to jump in such a venture or enterprise. A clone fails totally on account of the most basic principle of natural evolution of species. A clone fails to propagate any considerable variations at all (hence the term clone or cloning). Natural Evolution (LIFE) stands against the clone or the cloning I think. No matter how far our science can get and reach it will never be able to override the natural evolution of the species and its set rules.
Thank you. :-)
           
 
destiney
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They thought it was a bad thing.
           
 
destiney
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Replied To:  It's because making babies the old fashioned way is much more fun
That is so nasty
           
 
nsmkhattak
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They band the human cioning because they are not resistant to environmental veriations and we can say that clones are the store of diseases
           
 
whiten
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Precisely,but instead of using the word "resistant to", I think,it will be better using the "not compliant enough with" (as in it self, cloning does not propagate considerable natural variation and therefor the Life will not be well fused in a clone and this will make a clone not compliant enough).

Still the word "resistant to" does cut it well enough,but it may not be explanatory enough to some.

Beside this there is no better way to put it then in your statement, if you ask me.

Cheers. :-)
           
 
whiten
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Sorry the last line needs a correction there:

"Beside this there is no better way to put it "than" (not then)......

Thank you.
           
 
nsmkhattak
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Ok you may correct the line but i think the resistance used in the line can explain best the human cloning banned cause
as u wish
           
 
whiten
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The correction intended was in regard of the word "then" in my own reply to you. It was meant to be "than".

It did not cross my mind to correct you, if that what you think.

In regard to the word "resistant" I only expressed my opinion in the given context without any prejudice.
Sorry if you taken this as an intended correction of mine toward your statement.

After all this is a discussion forum and we must discuss about some thing.

Cheers. :-) :-)
           
 
mad256
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I know why, we don't need clones because they take resources and we have limited resources!
           
 
FeelingsArePure
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"The Life will not be well fused in a clone"
There is no soul, because it is not a natural occurrence.
Unless they force souls into these clone bodies.