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If the power of God becomes available, would people be worthy of the power’s use? An advanced age of information has brought the creation of life, God’s most miraculous feat, to the forefront of research and possibility. Human cloning is no laughing matter in the research field of the twenty-first century. History-setting experiments and results have been conducted and discovered, respectively, that have produced viable results and will continue to develop as time allows. However, overpopulation, high malfunctioning rate, technology abuse, and biodiversity reduction complicate the yet-to-be-perfected practice of cloning. With all of the ethical and science uncertainties ahead, the scientific research community should stay away from the commercial use of cloning for human reproduction.
Firstly, with the power of God closely in hand, researchers are walking the ill-defined line between science and sacrilege when artificially reproducing human lives. Should mortals really go headstrong against the current of nature? One may argue that cloning should be used to help sterile or infertil…