Tuesday, January 29, 2008 7:11:31 PM
why is that considered a "clone" a clone would be like an exact form of you. will the eggs mature to look dirrectly like where they were extracted from? only in that case do i beleive it should be referred to as "cloning"
Friday, January 25, 2008 5:10:55 PM
The thing that i find immoral about cloning is that each one despite the fact that it is a clone is still a human. I have nothing against cloning and I'm pro choice but it still seems wrong to make/sacrifice human lives for the sole purpose of lengthening other humans` lives...that is all. Killing and experimenting on a clone is different that using an aborted fetus because the baby would not have been taken care of if it had lived and was (as horrible as it sounds) `unwanted` () but a clone would have been purposely made to be a `tool` (how would you feel if you were a clone? O wait...u don`t get to live long enough to find out)
Tuesday, January 22, 2008 1:32:23 PM
I think this is a good thing for stem cell research, but a bad thing for pretty much everything else in the world. If they actually start cloning people then the Earth's population will increase drastically to a point where we CAN`T survive. Also Britney Spears and a whole bunch of ex-celebrities that are now crazy will get their hands on it somehow and make tons of creepy clones *shudders*.