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Is cloning right or wrong?

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Old 01-23-2006, 10:52 AM
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Yeah, there would be. Probably a bigger chance of it then just having a baby born naturally. There would be more at risk.
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Satfire, I'd like to here your opinion on bioenginneering, that is when scientist puts man-made machines into cells to help a person funtion normally, or prevent or treat disease.
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Satfire, I'd like to here your opinion on bioenginneering, that is when scientist puts man-made machines into cells to help a person funtion normally, or prevent or treat disease.
Glad to say it.
In this subject, I honestly have to say that I have never though about it before today, so as I learn more about it my opinion may change.

However, I now think that bioenginneering can be okay at times, it all depends on the situation. If it is for preventing diseases, than I think that it would be okay at times. If it's to help a person fuction normally, than I think it's okay at times. This subject is related to cloning, which I believe is completely wrong and should not be done. This is also a very confusing topic. So this is my opening opinion on the topic. I'll have to research it more.

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I have mixed feelings about this. I think cloning is right only when it is mouses and animals. Cloning dolphins and chinps and monkeys or any smart invertebrate would be wrong. Just my opinion.
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