posted on Jan, 12 2015 @ 01:36 PM
I would like to explore the thought of dna being written as a code and if the origional coder should hold any ownership over his creation if it is the
case that dna was written and not just evolved from x amount of yrs of life. So if possible let's try to explore this from the angle that dna was
I think that if we look around today at coders and how today's society views such property we cab see that laws are in place to protect the
information. That brings up two possibilities that either there is some kind of galatic law that protects us or that the system we were created in is
too complex and protected to penetrate physically.
Look at our current views of what we call clones and how many of us think it would be ok to clone and harvest for organs. More precise cloning is
being done to create specific parts and that allows our concious to get past the possible life implications involved in a complete clone.
Now let's say that i am able to put together a series of codes that would create a being like us. What rights of ownership do you think i would have?
What would be the outer bounds of what i could do with my property? Things like training,education,work,food and sex all come to mind but where would
we draw the lines? Could i destroy my creation and not be a murderer?
How about the brain and others being able to connect wirelesly to my creation. Would that be legal? Suppose my neighbor found a way to communicate to
my creation and convinced it to kill me or someone else. Who is then responsible? Is it me for not for seeing the possible hack? Is it the neighbor
for there role in the murder? Is it the creations fault for being decieved?
So many angles we can explore here. I just hope some can understand my line of thinking and debate this with me.