More cloning quirks
Posted by Andy™ on Feb 11, 2002 at 10:14
Cloned mice are dying young. Poor little rodents don't have time to contribute all that so many other vermin do to make society a better pla... hm...
Anyway, it's no doubt that this will be used in favor of a ban on human cloning. My question... Why do we want to clone humans in the first place? With so many adoption agencies spilling over and abortion clinics still quite active, do we really need MORE kids being made than are already produced "naturally"?
Why is human cloning so important to people? Are we mainly interested in creating organ farms, or do they really intend to create more people to inject into society?
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