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  • Yes he is bean

    YEa god bad boi IF we play with our dingdongs in an unatural way, There will be consquwences. Like should we put poo on our penis for sexual gradification, But then we have a smeelly penis. If you were to play god, We must make sure that we kill all the incels and spooks

  • YEa god bad boi

    IF we play with our dingdongs in an unatural way, There will be consquwences. Like should we put poo on our penis for sexual gradification, But then we have a smeelly penis. If you were to play god, We must make sure that we kill all the incels and spooks

  • It's worse than treachery.

    Playing God is beyond unforgivable. Many powerful People try to make things better for their country, People, And loved ones. But in the end, They only brought nothing but pain, Suffering, Greed, Lust, Hate, And sorrow to those you wish to protect. In fact I don't know which is worse: Playing God, Treachery, Or both.

  • Playing God is Sin and is risky

    This is too risky and is immoral. Remember the Jurassic park movies including Jurassic World and Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs(Movie),
    They played God and came Consequences. If they decided to bring Pac-man and Slappy(Goosebumps) to life, then it won't turn out to be good.
    In conclusion, Playing God is wrong.

  • Playing God is too risky

    This depends on which boundary we are attempting to break, but overall I believe man should not mess with nature. Say we discover how to bring back dinosaurs like in Jurassic Park (1993); just because we can doesn't mean we should. In this context, I believe the ethical implications always outweigh the benefits.

  • If god refuses to act then we act in his place.

    If god won't act, then we need to. Besides, if the issue is playing god, then why even MAKE the role?
    If making it to where people are healthier and stronger is a bad or immoral or unethical thing in your mind, then you may need to reevaluate your code of ethics.

  • In short, no.

    I believe that aspiring to be the greatest of greats is noble. Claiming to be able to duplicate the work an intricacies of the whole universe, though, is not. As long as you don't claim you are the best creator and knows what is best for everyone and everything, it should be okay.

  • Because we are free.

    The only ethical limitations are those we impose on ourselves. Nonetheless, we humans are the only ones who has the responsibility if our actions will make or break the world. If breaking certain boundaries for the greater good, then what's the harm?

    Of course, we should pay close attention to always pick the choice or commit an action that benefits the majority - and/or all - people. But we also need to take chances and break away from stagnation if we want to move forward. When humanity is the only thing that matters, many other things are allowed to be neglected in the long run. Not both parties of an argument can always win.


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