"Dolly the sheep, was youthanized", according to
Today show analysts, "due to an apparent lung
disease". She was 10 years old, half the lifespan
of the average sheep. Although this is to be
expected in the cloning process an autopsy is
Historically the common expression has always
been to, “put it to sleep” or “put it down”. What
makes this different than any other sheep that we
might see on our table? Could this be a precedence
in vocabulary for future cloning issues? It
sounds a bit like it to me.
Human Cloning was a dream of one person who had
many ideas about how to make the world a better
place. He had millions of followers as well and
still does to this day. People who like himself
were and continue to be extremely eager to create a
place of harmony. A place where you can walk down any
street and see nothing but progress and people getting
along with each other. A place where undesirables
are scarce and joblessness is a thing of the past.
A place where industry flourishes and the work
ethic, strictly adhered to, would produce wealth
and prosperity for everyone.
He was extremely passionate about the things that he believed in. His devotion to his cause helped shape an entire
generation of young people. They were very
dedicated to him for teaching them self reliance.
A new way to live life and not lose....well,
Adolph Hitler persuaded an army to follow him into creating
the“perfect soldier” to serve and protect the
The ban on human cloning is extremely important.
If we can get stem cells for research from the
mothers placenta, rather than from aborted babies
why wouldn't we?? It's because of the abortion industries “appetite” to imbue young minds
Leaving a vaccum. If you can do that, then you set
the stage for the type of rhetoric that helped Hitler gain momentum and eventually take control.
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