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58539672 says2015-07-04T22:31:32.0066449-05:00
@Forthelulz You're stepping into an ethically dangerous gray area.
TBR says2015-07-04T22:39:19.4028980-05:00
58539672 - Do you think organs have souls?
58539672 says2015-07-05T12:28:34.6521200-05:00
@TBR No, but the clones your taking those organs from might.
Forthelulz says2015-07-06T02:15:53.8777935-05:00
As a human, I don't mind cloning. If the original asks to be cloned, then that is their right. The clone is simply an extension of that person, who can be freely amputated, but only at that person's behest.
58539672 says2015-07-06T22:58:27.8773756-05:00
@Forthelulz Not all would agree with that statement. The reason I say its a dangerous gray area is because some would say the clone has their own personality (and are thus their own person) and harvesting them for organs would be the same as harvesting a stranger off the street. If you've ever seen the 2005 movie "The Island", I think that can be a good representation of how cloning can delve into very dark areas.

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