Feo: The Evolution of Saving Sick Foetus's

Posted by Feo Amante on Feb 26, 2004 at 16:04

Re: The Evolution of Saving Sick Foetus's (Mike Kremer)

Okay, well, let's take the whole religious theme out of this argument. Ugh. If we just focus on the reality of human interaction and necessity what would we have?

Well, depending on how you mean "degrading the human race"
(by reproducing? Or is the very act of their existence degrading? If so, to whom?)
Stephen Hawking would fit into that category.

So would every dwarf who will eventually suffer from debilitating back pain.

So would every infant born with a cleft palate, cleft lip, cleft nose, etc.

I have to ask just where the "normal" range would lie here? What birth defect (or later defect as a result of hereditary disease) falls into the acceptabel range?

Follow Ups:

Post a Followup



[ Forum ] [ New Message ]