28 reasons for Human beings should not be cloned Who? Email? Website? Δ Really have to know my name?  opinó: # 26 Jun 2017 Every living organisms has its value since they are all different. Also, It’s risky! Wiktoria opinó: # 18 Jan 2017 Because it is hurtful ☹️ slade opinó: # 09 Dec 2016 because its rong Anonymous opinó: # 08 Apr 2015 Heck no I dont wanna see 25 people of me erika  opinó: # 20 Nov 2014 huehuehe Anonymous opinó: # 05 Mar 2012 it is soooooooooooo stewpid !!!!!!! !… Anabela Quitério opinó: # 02 Dec 2011 Personally, I think human cloning should be forbidden: once clones are created, they’re automatically people. Then, as every human being has rights, clones, as human beings, should have rights, too. Consequently, we cannot treat them like objects and use them like insignifficant things. Cloning is also bad for many other biological reasons: first, it doesn’t contribute to genetic variety, so, if a natural disaster happened, as they have the same characterists, they would face extinction and second, it is very difficult to clone a person, because, as it happened with Dolly, scientists would need to do thousands of experiments, till having their clone. Bruno Mestre opinó: # 21 Nov 2011 In my opinion cloning shouldn’t be developeded.I think lives should be lived like they are.Cloning is immoral and ethically incorrect.The human being shouldn’t be changed by a clone.If we have a disease we will try to cure that, but not change an organ, because it can put our lives at risk.Otherwise if we have cloning our life expectancy will be high than ever.In sum I disagree with cloning. Adriana Nunes opinó: # 20 Nov 2011 Well, in my opinion cloning have two distinct faces. Cloning already exists but has never been practiced on human and right now it isn’t possible yet but scientists are working hardly to make this possible in a near future . Altough human cloning is a big step for science, it would be unethical creating a clone just to garantee our own life and use just when we need them the most to replace damaged organs or cells because a clone is also a person with feelings and this is immoral from an ethical point of view. But what if we could create a clone without turning a person ? well, it would be different but it would bring also problems to society.. Cloning is a big step in fact, but how much is it worth ? Beatriz Caetano opinó: # 20 Nov 2011 In my opinion, cloning has good and bad things. The good thing is that endangered species could be saved with animal cloning. The bad thing is that human cloning could be good to save people who need an organ transplant. However, to obtain a life, you have to kill other live person. Human clone is a person also, he has feelings like us. Diane Jang opinó: # 11 May 2011 •It is against the will of nature. •Cloned humans are still humans in a way! If we kill them to get organs, it will be murder. •God didn’t intend for us to just grow another organ. We live than we die. That’s nature. I think its God’s choice to decide when we will die, not some scientist. Jesse opinó: # 08 May 2011 We may be able to re-create our bodies in the future, but you cannot re-create a soul. No matter how similar they look, a person and their clone will have different souls and will therefore be different people. We also make too many people as it is naturally. Anonymous opinó: # 18 Mar 2011 it isn’t necessary…. there is no valuable reason for a person to be cloned.. i believe that there are enough people in the world and we do not need a copy of all of them. Anonymous opinó: # 06 Dec 2010 because thats against nature! Anonymous opinó: # 02 Dec 2010 We are the fruit of thousands of years of evolution. A clone is the fruit of few hours experiment.. We are not GOD and we can’t really understand ALL the factors which really impacts in the creation of the life. The human clonation is useless unless we want to commit some crime… (like killing the clone to get some organ). Anonymous opinó: # 25 Apr 2010 The fact we are all different makes the world more interesting … imagine clones of David Cameron all over the place … Let’s all be individuals and bring our own individuality to the world! Anonymous opinó: # 20 Mar 2010 because the human now believes he is God and creator of life,and we were created,we have what we need why create more of what we have? if we have endangered our creatures in this planet it is because of abuse and global warming. K41  opinó: # 24 Sep 2009 It’s against the dignity that of a human, of having a life for ourselves and to not be manipulated by others Anonymous opinó: # 18 Sep 2009 think about the clones life!!!!! Anonymous opinó: # 15 Jun 2009 OF COURSE NOT. Anonymous opinó: # 12 May 2009 beacuse when someone dies , it was his time to leave from this world, we werw born to die, if every people who dies is cloned there will be to much people in the palnet, new babies each day are born, let the world be natural not artificial Anonymous opinó: # 15 Apr 2009 I disagree Anonymous opinó: # 08 Apr 2009 if the world is over populated if you clone it would be a disaster, and if god created us then he only knows how are we made if a human is cloned its not going to be perfect Anonymous opinó: # 29 Mar 2009 I disagree it with it totally because there shouldnt be any creation of a human only in the hands of our Allah (God), but thats my point of veiw from my religion, and teachings, but I respect all other reasons also Anonymous opinó: # 29 Mar 2009 Humans beings should not be cloned because it is unatural, and it could end up in the wrong hands and mess up the way of life Anonymous opinó: # 16 Nov 2008 if we are cloned, then one disease can kill off a huge population since the population shares the same genetic code. digitalbrian  opinó: # 13 May 2008 We already have a over populated world. Temlakos opinó: # 06 May 2008 Human cloning can bring no good to the society that attempts it (or even allows it). It contributes to de-humanization–the notion that human life is no more dear than any other form of life, and is reducible to a mere commodity. Merely because one can do a thing, is not sufficient reason to say that he must do that thing, or even that he may do that thing. Society owes it to its own posterity to lay down the law: do not tamper with the stuff of life. Besides: by what arrogance does anyone seriously believe that he can improve upon the Work of the Master?