Saturday, March 1, 2008

Clone is changeful!

In Guterl’s (2008) article, he explains that cloning for livestock is good. First, he introduce the clone is allowed to product and shows some food expert they said clone food is safe to eat and indicate U.S and Europe they both want clone to label and product. Later he makes some question to ask the clone is good and safe to eat or not. Then, author introduces the profit about elite cow and how can elite cow make good profit. The importance is the cloning is the latest and most powerful reproductive tool and also he told us the U.S. farmers already have clone cow and it already entered in the food supply. And then the author explains we do not have to afraid it because even thought some clone cow have some problem, but it doesn’t hurt people.

In this article the author talk about clone. He gave us some information and gave some advantage about clone. Clone is really not a harmful thing because it is not really harm people and provide us good food. Also, clone helps framers earn more profit. Clone is a high technique in the world. It brings too many convenient things to us. Cloning provides high quality meat, fruit and vegetable. Then, we do not have to pay a lot of money, but we can eat it. Therefore, clone should continue to use.

First, clone can provide us good food. In the past we did not have clone this kind of high quality technique, so everyone just can eat what they feed. They did not have choice, but now it can be change. Clone is a technique can copy one good genetic to create the same thing. Therefore if we have one food resource that is really prefect and valuable that will be a good chance to make more good food resources. Moreover, we can begin have more and more good food resources to eat and that will become easy. We can begin have high quality and health meats, vegetables and fruits. Depend on cloning we can easily to offer good food for everybody and people can eat more good food now.

Second, clone can create more food resources because clone can copy and extract the genetic material, so depend on this cloning can create more food resources. We can extract the genetic from one and mix to another one to create new food resources or depend on cloning we can change one food resource’s live habit. For example, if the food resource is very weak to gown up, like it can die very easily we can make it become stronger. In the past when we do not have this kind of high quality technique we just can eat and plant what food we already know or have, but now in the market we already have some fruits and vegetables made from this kind of cloning. They have new taste and new looking, so it can become our new food resources, because cloning create the new food we ever have before. Therefore, clone is great because it can offer we more foods to eat.

Third, clone is not harmful because it is high technique, so we can believe clone is safe because high technique cannot have risk or it can reduce risk. In the market and farmers already have clone food for sale and people already eat it, but until now nobody get problem form eat cloned food. Everyone is safe to eat clone food. Also, expert indicate even thought the animal got some problem itself, but it is not harmful to customer when they eat it (Guterl, 2008). Therefore, we can know clone is harmless and changeful we should continue to use it.

In conclusion, cloning is a good technique to change our life and give us a lot of new things. Clone can provide us with good food, it can create more food resources and it is not harmful. Also clone prove our technology is improved because depend on this technique we can create more new food resources, provide high quality food. Depend on clone framer can provide good meat to customer, but it do not cost too much on farmer and customer. So, according to these advantages we can know clone is helping us to improve our marketing. Therefore, clone is a good choice to use to improve our society.


Guterl, F. (2008, January 18). Would you like fries with your clone? Newsweek. com. Retrieved February 5, 2008, from

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