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Brave New World: To Clone or Not to Clone

Summary: In illustrating the potential dangers of cloning done by people who desire to create a perfect society, Aldous Huxley's novel Brave New World foreshadowed the increasing reality of cloning in our world today. While there may be advantages to this practice, such as ensuring good health and stability, cloning can also result in disadvantageous consequences that society is not prepared to accept.
Cloning is becoming more and more prominent in today's society. Scientists are beginning to clone animals for use in experiments and for other uses, including medical advancement. In fact, researchers now talk about the effects cloning could have on the elimination of certain diseases in human beings. No doubt, the reality of a human being created through cloning will eventually be attained. This reality seems to have been foreshadowed in the novel, Brave New World by Aldous Huxley. Published in the nineteen thirties, this novel illustrates the potential dangers of cloning done by people who desire to create a perfect society. Huxley's novel describes a new world where cloning, under the guise of technological advancement, is the ultimate method of reproducing and controlling humanity. Ultimately, there are advantages to this new form of creation, but as with any technological development, there...

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