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Advantages and Disadvantages of Cloning

Summary: The advantages and disadvantages of cloning including the topic of cloning in literature, particularly "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley.
Cloning has been one of the greatest leaps in technology that Man has ever dreamed of. The thought of producing what you want and when you want it has given the chance for a new world that has no problems and everything is in balance and has complete stability. But was Man meant to be controlled? Was Man meant to be told how to act and what to feel and do? This brings up the advantages and disadvantages of cloning. Every man has the capacity for free thought. Can that really be tamed? And, if it can, should it be? And can this process really be done without mistakes if it is humans that are running the process? Could we live in a utopia where there is no sadness or anger where there is only happiness and control and where everyone does there job with...

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