Re: Replicant EThics and the Free Market

Steve Edwards (
Tue, 25 Feb 1997 01:04:30 -0600

At 06:36 PM 2/24/97 -0800, you wrote:
>On Feb 24, 8:14pm, wrote:
>} Umm.... just curious, you say your clone will not have a brain, and it is an
>} exact replica of you....
>Genetic replica. Brain stem development should be suppressable. No
>brain, no person. Actually letting the body grow under total sensory
>deprivation would probably also prevent any mental development --
>important experiment -- but people would probably be happier if the
>brain was obviously gone. Actually people won't be happy at all, but
>convincing them would be easier with physical removal or suppressing.
>Merry part,
> -xx- Damien R. Sullivan X-) <*>

Actually, anencephalic babies are occasionally born, even now. Fortunately,
they die within a few days. Apparently brains are necessary for further

Steve Edwards,,

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