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Is a Clone / Genetic-Donor union Incest?
I know that human cloning is a banned science, but to put this genie back in the bottle when it does finally occur, will require state sanctioned euthenasia and that sounds unlikely.
Without legal provision, no birth certificate would be possible. As an illegal alien, the cloned human might be able to get a passport from the U.N. and seek refuge status. If no legal framework exists, then no law could be breached by a clone/genetic-material-donor union. Children from such a union are another can of worms.
Question prompted by Trajundos Hub - Adam and Eve go forth and multiply.
I wrote a short fiction story on this topic (oops - I gave away the ending) at hubpages at this address. http://billiepagliolo.hubpages.com/hub/shortstoryAlone
I really don't see the legality issue. Idential genes does not an identical individual make. An individual cloned from a parent, for example, because of the nature vs. nuture aspect would be, in my mind farther apart in individuality than identical twins. Even if two people have identical dna, that doesn't mean that environment doesn't create various manifestations of that identity, thus making it impossible to be identical. You'd have to hear the exact same words, eat the exact same food, breathe the exact same air, etc. etc. etc. to be devoid of individuality. It would be impossible to duplicate environment in that manner, at least from what I can figure out.
by HouseSeller6 months ago
Ok I need to know what people think of this as this is driving me insane.I happen to be dating a divorced man and he has two daughters from his previous relationship. The younger one is 8 years and quiet frankly his...
by lesliebyars5 years ago
A sheep, horse, bull and many other mammals have been cloned.
by qbanmamiof28 years ago
Hey all, While doing house chores I had the TV on and "caso Cerrado" was on. Well Dr. Polo was trying to decide this case of this lady that wanted to clone her son.I personally don't agree with any type of...
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