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Best Answer junkseller says
Strongly agree humans as dumb as they are should not be put in charge of anything with mass power.
Rosana Modugno says
Haha to true.
William J. Prest says
Well how could you decide what would happen to them assuming they are not in stasis the whole time. If it was an experiment where they never reach conciousness then I agree.
Well, research the cloned animals. They seemed fine with the process and criminals have usually been used for science projects. A volunteer would be extremely helpful.
Cloning attempts on animals have required hundreds of attempts before having a viable animal. Many failures die painful deaths. Even successful clones have inferior genetics.
The cat CC has not been seen as faulty. She is years old and even had a litter of kittens.
Most clones have genetic faults, serious enough that most of them are never born or die young. Even successes could have poor genetics. CC required ~260 attempts. Dolly ~270. Some of those failures are moms with miscarriages or dead newborns.
Even so, we consider CC a success.
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