If cloning could be perfected and used for this limited group, it would be all but impossible to prevent its use from spreading.
Further, this argument appropriates the phrase "genetically related" to embrace a condition that has never before occurred in human history, one which abolishes the genetic variations that have always existed between parent and child. Even if cloning were safe, it would be impossible to allow reproductive cloning for lesbians or gay men without making it generally available to all.
But while scientists are trying to find more reasons that would support cloning, let’s talk about the reasons why cloning may not be a solution for problems that humanity has in these three fields.
Cloning plants and animals may have some pros, for example, it may help create species, especially nutritional plants and food producing animals that will withstand more diseases.
If you cloned yourself, the resulting child would be neither your son or daughter nor your twin brother or sister, but a new category of human being: your clone.
The great majority of people have an intuitive sense that human beings should not be cloned.While some scientists argue that cloning will change the world into a better place, other scientists are having second thoughts whether or not it is worthwhile.Cloning is considered possible with plants, animals and humans.It would violate deeply and widely held convictions concerning human individuality and freedom, and could lead to a devaluation of clones in comparison with non-clones. Cloned children would unavoidably be raised "in the shadow" of their nuclear donor, in a way that would strongly tend to constrain individual psychological and social development. The technique could not be developed in humans without putting the physical safety of the clones and the women who bear them at grave risk. If reproductive cloning is permitted to happen and becomes accepted, it is difficult to see how any other dangerous applications of genetic engineering technology could be proscribed.Rebuttals to Arguments Against Reproductive Cloning 1 and 2. There is no reason that individuals and society can't learn to embrace human clones as just one more element of human diversity and creativity. The problem of "expectations" is hardly unique to cloned children.There are many arguments going on in the world about cloning.How does it benefit us, as humans, and whether or not it is worth all the money that is put into research?Rebuttals to Arguments in Favor of Reproductive Cloning 1.The number of men and women who do not produce eggs or sperm at all is very small, and has been greatly reduced by modern assisted-reproduction techniques.It creates a question whether or not cloning would be an option to all levels of society, or would the prices be so high that only a few will be able to afford it?As of today, natural way of reproductions is definitely the cheapest one.