To begin with, Huxley’s brave new world depicts the result of cloning human-beings. In general, people tend to think cloning as a process duplicating something which already exists. A science article defines the world cloning as “[a process producing] an individual grown from a single somatic cell of its parent and generically identical to it” (Fackelmann 92). However, this definition just defines somatic cell cloning, which is one of cloning types. DNA cloning, cellular cloning and generic cloning are example of the other types of cloning. The author of “Ethical Aspects of Cloning Techniques” captures cloning as a big picture and defines as follow. “Cloning is the process of producing "genetically identical" organisms. It may involve division of a single embryo, in which case both the nuclear genes and t...
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...loned from a single fertilized egg, human’s external fertilization has already actualized. Furthermore, fertilization for animals has become perfectly independent from uterus. Also, transfusing of young blood can maintain aging for mice. We should be amazed how he predicted accurately. A biologist Needham argued that “the book very accurately predicted how biology and psychology could soon alter human life”. (Woiak 111-112) Additionally, our recent technology not only maintain youth but also can retrieve of dead substance and give immortal life. Brave new world depicts machine civilization development could cause loss of people’s well-being and dignity and lead a totalitarian society. If immortal life can be applied, it would be more extreme brave new world.
Huxley, Aldous. Brave New World. New York: Harper Perennial Modern Classics, 2006. Print.
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