What are some bad things about cloning?

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Cloning is a debatable topic among people. Scientists want to play god and create a life. Most other people do not agree that we should have the option to make an exact copy of another life. There are bad things that can happen if we start cloning. First, the value of life or family will diminish. The baby is no longer a child but a copy of you. Second, all live creatures are unique in some way. If we clone, we lose that uniqueness and diversity. Also, genes can be tricky. What happens if a disease gene gets cloned to several people or a recessive gene shows up too late and a whole line of people are affected.
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a bad thing about clonning in plants is that the all population can be wiped out if resistance breaks down which is a direct loss of productions. And in human,the clonned person dosent
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The biggest problem with cloning is that, as all the material is genetically identical, there is no variation. Normally, if disease sweeps through a population, genetic variation
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