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Immortality: Like it or not, the science behind closing could prove the key in indefinitely extending the life-span of an average human. Little bit of history: Cloning goes all the way back into the year 1885 when doctor Hans Adolf Edward Dreisch shook the embryo apart and it created a new sea urchin. Ever since then cloning has come a long way with new types such as reproductive, artificial and gene cloning.
A solution for world hunger: Scientists might one day may be able to end world hunger by cloning meat. We are now doing this, not cheaply and not in a wide scale basis. For example: Dolly the sheep, Dolly is the first mammal ever cloned from an adult somatic cell by the process of nuclear transfer. Dolly lived for 7 years and bread 6 lambs but unfortunately died of lung cancer.
Say goodbye to degenerative diseases: Therapeutic cloning could provide a cure for degenerative diseases such as Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s disease.
Resurrection of extinct species: As the behest of the Aragon Regional Government, Scientists briefly brought an Pirenian Ibex, and extinct species back to life!
Hold your horses and don’t get too excited there just yet. Since DNA degrades overtime, don’t expect a real Jurassic Park scenario to play out anytime soon.
In conclusion: The future of cloning is very bright with all sorts of possibilities. Regardless of your personal stance, breakthrough in cloning would definitely lead to a new understanding of biology and medicine.