Most would agree that Hitler’s vision of Germany, the perfect race, was unethical and immoral. Yet, if cloning was permitted it would be unlocking the door to this very same concept.Cloning humans has become a controversial issue around the world. Though in some states it is legal, many people are against the ludicrous idea. The negatives of cloning involve low success rates, many ethical issues, and regulation problems. The process of cloning carries many dangers throughout society including identity theft, control issues, and attempts to create a superior race. Cloning should be banned due to the unnatural creation and the health risks that come along with it.
Obviously, the economy is not a stable stage and taking any risks can put the economy at its lowest. For instance, it took 277 unsuccessful embryo implantations to produce a sheep. (INSERT AMOUNT OF MONEY EACH EXPERIMENT COSTS HERE). All these experiments cost a lot of money and we should not be wasting our money on cloning. The earth would become way too overpopulated due to too many clonings of humans. This will make the economy go even more downhill, because of the demand in goods.
Health Risks: Human cloning can cause diseases and lead to extinction. In human cloning, since all human beings are identical, can lead to a great risk of getting infected by the same type of pathogen. In other words if everyone has the same type of genes and they are closed to each other they may not defend against the same kind of serious disease.