So why not develop such a device to produce embryonic and adult human DNA as a cheap and effective method of cloning? It’s still a long way off from using human embryonic stem cells in the beginning of human history, but it is now a viable and safe product. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Laser_solution)
I was not even fully familiar with Laser Solution, but I did know it had an amazing (yes, amazing) capability of generating embryonic and adult human DNA from only one strand. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_solution)
A Laser solution can be injected into the human egg, allowing the cells to differentiate into new tissue and differentiate into new cells; thus producing new body types or organs as well as creating new tissues. Additionally, the only problem it deals with is its extremely low temperatures and lack of life support due to the lack of normal sperm cells. In addition, it can only generate new tissue from the surrounding area or the original tissue using just one strand. At least it seems to work for one single embryo and one single cell. (http://www.sapu.edu) I personally think it should be used ONLY by humans as it only provides 3% of the cost and 2% of the cell supply so it should be used by many people who still make their own genetic material. This new material is not expensive. It should be used at regular times when humans need healthy animals to eat.
Now that I have fully understood the current field of what cloning can do, I can clearly tell you what I personally believe is the most important breakthrough in DNA technology to date. It is by far the largest cloning plant to date and has already created over 400,000 new molecules and many thousand tissue lines. It is also the only human cloning plant to produce multiple human molecules (many of which are used by genetic engineers and chemists); it is the only one of its kind that exists to use human embryonic cells.
It is not just a clone. It is a revolutionary technique for producing fully reproducible DNA and has already been incorporated into some extremely simple, cheap, and easy (for the average computer programmer) tests and tests. It also brings to the fore those many methods that have been used in human cloning systems that are also incredibly long and costly.
There are a number of challenges involved in creating such “human” molecules from thin ends, making a genome that is 5-20 million years old and is already in some form of repair phase (some molecules that are already repairing themselves may not be able to be repaired at all). For example, a virus cannot replicate or create a new cell, so any DNA in a blood sample will be passed on by that virus to an embryo for further repair. The same goes for human embryonic stem cells as the process is often described as “repairing”. However, it is also highly susceptible to viruses that cannot replicate or make new blood cells. Moreover, a human embryo can’t repair a broken cell and then undergo a major health failure. Even the DNA that was repaired at the start of the process is lost in a death event which will take an additional 20-30 years. If we want to help in the development of the human genome to produce a complete, live human embryo, there is still the fundamental question of how long they can be in the body. The answer lies in how strong the DNA is the human genome is able to maintain and repair the entire body including this one, meaning that if too much DNA is stored in the body it can turn to something called the “DNA bomb”.
To date, only one fully synthetic organism (Pertwee), which was discovered in 1978, has ever made it to a human person before becoming “living” (this discovery may still be true if we start to think seriously about cloning!). (http://www.scientificamerican).
Given that we can make clones of normal DNA in one go using cloning technology and there are dozens of clones available which allow us to completely recreate our genetic structure from scratch without human intervention, cloning has a lot of potential to become a viable, viable and safe way to create a fully human person.
If you want to get involved [for more info on cloning, or the possibility of “factory life”, read some things I wrote HERE), check out my (very long) articles HERE and my (still very short) Youtube channel HERE . These can serve as a much needed source for serious information and help and perhaps help in those that’s in the whole process of human cloning process can be extended. If a human cloning can be properly extended as a “extracted and extend the process I recommend my review of a review of the article of the original article HERE and review of