I don't agree with cloning

Brian zhil at online.no
Sat Apr 28 22:01:57 EST 2001


While I am not a MD, I would like to respond to your message.
Simply, 'if' god exist - he would NOT be human in any way, so
stop thinking of him as a punisher or benefactor.
Second, any technology is capable of producing disastrous results; but
the worst kind of result are ignorance - to not know why something didn't
work out as you thought is should.
Cloning is per se not a problem, but how to USE it, that _could_ present
interesting dilemas.
>From what I've read, the various clones are dependent on what kind of cell
the DNA have been taken from.
IE a fast-aging cell would 'give' a reduced DNA-string (clipped on both ends
I believe), while eternal life could be gained through 'reprogramming' the
DNA to
replace the deleted DNA or reduce the loss through other programming
methods.
Think of it as the human 'software'.
Last, I think you should present your ranting and raving on another
NG's........not here.
Sincerely,
Brian

"Stephanie Greydanus" <stphngry at dordt.edu> skrev i melding
news:3AE9BB1E.7670D96E at dordt.edu...
> HI
> I don't fully agree with cloning of animals or humans for that matter. I
> think that it is completely going against what God wants us to do here
> on earth. If he wanted us to be able to clone He would have given us the
> knowledge to do it right and not mess it up like many times what
> happens. I feel that cloning is a sin that God is very upset about and
> we as Christians shouldn't encourage it just because it might help us in
> the sciences a little more. That isn't what life is all about being
> better in the sciences it is about glorifying God in all that we do.
> Stephanie Greydanus
> --
> <fullname> (<accountname>@dordt.edu)





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