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Clone 'would feel individuality'

Posted on Thursday, 20 July, 2006 | Comment icon 2 comments


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"A cloned human would probably consider themselves to be an individual, a study suggests."

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Comment icon #1 Posted by Dark_Ambient__ on 21 July, 2006, 1:36
A cloned human being! No parents....What would it think of itself when it discovers what the rest of humanity thinks of it? Theres enough humans as it is. Why are they searching for other ways to make humans? Probably just for the novelty of it. But i dont think the cloned human will think it's very novel... What good reasons are there for cloning a human?
Comment icon #2 Posted by Phantm on 21 July, 2006, 4:41
A cloned human being! No parents....What would it think of itself when it discovers what the rest of humanity thinks of it? Theres enough humans as it is. Why are they searching for other ways to make humans? Probably just for the novelty of it. But i dont think the cloned human will think it's very novel... What good reasons are there for cloning a human? Never seen The Island? There they have this clone program for rich people, so that they have organs available at any time they need it. It's a good movie. If you haven't seen it, watch it some day.


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