From: Samantha Atkins <email@example.com>
>>Brian D Williams wrote:
>> No, But a clone is an individual, and therefore has rights
>> independant of the "wishs" of the person who created it.
>Yes. Unless the clone has been especially made so it has no
>working higher brain for instance, as an organ replacement bank.
A solution worthy of Frank Herbert's Theilaxu. You can't possibly
believe there is a nation on earth that would let you practice
No we will have to bypass this solution in favor of growing
individual organs/parts. Perhaps we could borrow regeneration from
>> There is a great deal more to life and society than the market.
>> This is not simply an economic question.
>So who/what is it a question for? If it is not a question for
>individual consciences then what group or state is to decide it
>and on what basis? The market, in the sense I mean, is not just
>economics. It is the gestalt of individual free decision making.
Well, since everyone of us lives in a nation/state it is obviously
these entities that will decide.
Extropy Institute, www.extropy.org
Adler Planetarium www.adlerplanetarium.org
Life Extension Foundation, www.lef.org
National Rifle Association, www.nra.org, 1.800.672.3888
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