posted on Jun, 14 2008 @ 07:17 PM
Originally posted by q_ball
No, A Clone has no soul and this defeats all the purpose of trying to meet some one and the fun and drama it brings!
Who told you that a clone has no soul?
A cloned human being would be a human being.
You can only clone an existing person, so you'd have to find a perfect partner first.
I suppose that if that person could not marry you, you could clone that person for a mate, figuring that all ethical concerns regarding cloning humans
have been resolved.
Now, let's say you're 20 and you find this perfect mate whom you can't marry, but want to clone.
You will have to clone one of that person's cells and implant it into a host human female and wait for the inevitable.
Then you at twenty would have a newborn perfect mate whom you'll have to wait until the clone reaches legal age.
By that time, there is no telling what influence the environment will have in the intervening years, not only on the clone but on you, not to mention
the twenty year difference in your ages.
Given all that rigmarole, serial monogamy sounds like the better choice, which is what people tend to do now, anyway.
[edit on 2008/6/14 by GradyPhilpott]