posted on Dec, 8 2002 @ 11:49 PM
Think of it this way, a child is born and from its body cells are removed and kept is stasis (the cells are the childís cells). At the ripe age of 80
the adult has been told he has 6 months to live. And alternative exists in relation to the cells, which were taken from him as a baby. Genetically,
the commands to form a brain can be removed. And his brain can be surgically transplanted, to a body, which has never developed awareness. Only a
potential existed and that potential was related to the cell actually being cloned (Since is cloned without a brain no real legal transgression
A substantial number of cells could be removed from a babyís body. As a result (barring an accident in which emergency services could not get their in
time) life expectancy would depend on how long a human brain can be maintained as efficient (perhaps 500 to a 1000 years, maybe even longer).
One thing to take into consideration is that such a program already exsit and it is simply being declassified.
What are your thoughts?