Human Cloning

Cloning means to make the same living thing from the original. This newly originated thing is very artificial. Human cloning means to make human clone from the original somatic cell. This thing is not natural so that it is devoid of natural qualities. This thing is coming from a myth. In Hindu mythology Lord Viswakarma had to make more weapons for the battle of the Gods of heaven. He got tired to do so. To remove from this pressure by his divine power he made a magical juice to make the duplicate of the original weapons. This juice was not only used for weapons but it could be used in any purposes. Sangya was the daughter of Lord Viswakarma. She got married to Suryadev. But there was an intense problem. She had no power to resist the heat of the sun. To find a way she went to her father. There she noticed the thing and finding no way she applied it to herself. In a second a woman like her came out from her own body. She named her as Chhaya .This is the story of cloning in myth. Now come to the reality. This very thing is called cloning in our modern science.

Cloning means a photocopy of our body. In cloning only one sex is ok. The newly originated species either will have paternity or maternity symbol in its body. This cloning is a genetically identical copy. That is why it is called clone. This cloning is called artificial through which the reproduction of human cells and tissue is done. It never follows the identical twins. This thing raised lot controversies after its first application. So many nations passed laws about this matter and its legality.

In 1996, 5th July the first clone was made. It was a mammal. It was a sheep. Its name was Dolly. It was displayed at the National Museum of Scotland and in Edinburgh (April 30, 2014). In the year 2000 it seemed that rogue scientists would start cloning any day. Due to some disputes this technology was banned. It was banned also for it’s unsafely and unethical implications.

Cloning is a very hard process and it differs to species. There are two types of cloning. One is therapeutic cloning and other is reproductive cloning. In first type of cloning there are human cells which are used to make medicine and transplant. It is active in the area of research. But it is not a medical practice in the world according to 2017.

Second reproductive cloning would involve making in a whole human being instead of specific cell or tissue.

It has its own methods, history and uses. It also showed its actuality and potentiality. Cloning was first used as an ethical implication.Cloning is the creation of a genetically identical copy.               The technology is ready to take it. But` people took it with a wrong notion. So in world’s almost every country to keep the next generation free from this harmful influence and for human‘s goodness cloning is banned.

After its first origination there was a lot chaos about this among the people. So scientists decided to stop the research of cloning. There was a lot of chances to misuse it. There was a policy to make human cloning. But this upgraded scientific would be very fatal to human beings as well as human minds.

The idea of making human clone with the help of somatic cell and without sexual reproduction is a genuine possibility. It is beyond science fiction or noir fiction.

The research was going for forty years with non-human embryonic and foetal cells. Few scientific uncertainties made an issue to stop this research. Common public also mistook it to fulfil their common desires. Now this research is completely banned through legal actions.

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