The State of Cloned Animals Food in 2050
prepare and submit a term paper on The State of Cloned Animals Food in 2050. Your paper should be a minimum of 2000 words in length. It means sustenance is indeed one of the huge problems among all the problems of the world. The world population is increasing day by day and will continue to increase in the coming years. Even nowadays it is difficult to provide food for all the human beings living in this world which makes us think what is going to happen after 40 years when the world population will double and agricultural lands will be used to build houses, in such conditions when there will be no lands available for cultivation then from where will the food come from?Lifestyle will be completely different in 2050 and so will the needs and demands of the people. Farming will be different and new technologies will be put into practice by then. We cannot imagine how life would be in 2050 and people born in 2050 cannot imagine the world of today. To overcome the problems in the future we must plan today and suggest ideas for a better future. Without a clear vision, nothing can be achieved. We cant just keep doing things in the future like the way we are doing them today for who knows it will help us to survive in 2050? Coming back to the problem of hunger we need to think if whatever we are doing now is not enough to feed the people will it be enough to fulfill the needs in the future when the population will double and is expected to increase by 2.5 billion by 2050. The answer to this is NO which means that change is necessary (Back to the Future: Small Farms in the Year 2050, John Ikerd)Extensive research and studies have helped to design technologies according to the needs of the people. One such technology is cloning which has provided desirable and beneficial products. The idea of cloned foods is not very old cloning has been used successfully to obtain food from animals. Cloning of animals is usually achieved through a process called somatic cell nuclear transfer (SCNT). .