The video you posted was amazing, perhaps a miracle. But you fail to realize it is a rat. A rat. That is all it is. Show me a video of a crippled human crawling across a room, then a human injected with stem cells running a marathon, and that would be something.
I think we have to point out that all stem cell research is just expiremental. It may fail, and even more dangers could be discovered.
Also in counterance of YOUR countering of my partners post, you again fail to realize that even though he only used stem cell research 3 times,
Approx 40% of your post is making fun of or pointing out any bit of un-relevent content.
But now to add to the debate:
Religious Opinions on Embryonic Stem Cell Research
87% of the world believes in a religion, so I believe it is important to listen to there input on stem cell research from a religous and humanitarian point of view.
Sondra Wheeler, Professor of Christian Ethics at Wesley Theological Seminary says:
Well, that's going to depend on how you regard embryonic life. We don't trade one human life to save another. You don't kill one patient in order to transplant an organ into another even to save lives, and you wouldn't do it even if you could save two lives that way. So it depends partly on what you think you are dealing with.
Great words. From a Christian point of view, Stem cell research isn't promoted, that is 33% of the world.
A lot of religons also are against stem cell research as well.
In conclusion, the majority of religons in the world are un-supportive of stem cell research.