posted on Sep, 24 2003 @ 10:42 AM
The Three Laws of cloning were presented in Scientific Magazine by Michael Shermer. Michael Shermer is a massive cloning supporter. As the founder of
"skeptic" magazine and
1. A human clone is a human being no less unique in his or her personhood than an identical twin.
2. A human clone has all the rights and privileges that accompany this legal and moral status. 3. A human clone is to be accorded the dignity and
respect due any member of our species.
The first law of cloning states "A human clone is a human being no less unique in his or her personhood than an identical twin."
This is untrue. God creates all life. If clones are created by humans, then they will no have souls and thus posess no idivduality. The individaulity
of every person is what makes us who we are. It's the ability to choose, "Do I want to eat this pizza and get fat beacuse it's bad for my
cholestrol, or do I want to eat that disgusting pineapple salad the doctor recommended for me?" If this person is a clone, everyone will know what
they will think, say, and do. This would be horrible.
Fate and destiny predetrmined by another human.
Your fate already decided for you.
Can you accept that???
The Second Law of Cloning states "A human clone has rights and privileges that accompany this legal and moral status."
This is also untrue. Like I just said if people, the people that ceated them, would already know what they would do, then they have lost their freedom
and right to make their own decisions. They have lost their right to be humans. Being a haman is also all about love. How can their be love if there
are no parents? How can God love them, for he did not create them? How can they be human?
I don't expect a real hard battering from anyone by saying this. After all, there are no clones yet.
The Thrid law of Cloning is just a horrible illusion that disrergards human nature...."A human clone is to be accorded the dignity and respect due
any member of our species."
People always put down new ideas. Unfortunatley, racism still exists in the hearts of many Americans. If it wasn't for our Civil War in the 1800's,
then there might still be slaves. Lincoln didn't care about the slaves, he cared about winning the war. That's why they were freed in the South. The
thought of cloning's existence in society is simply impossible.
With the continutation of cloning research and development, clones will inbreed with humans leading up to the eventual loss of humanity...
Is it worth???....
I'd say cheers, but this isn't a cheery subject,