So Hollywood has ground out another “exciting” movie with cloning as a plot but really using various myths about cloning as its platform. The only “good” news might be Arnold Swartznegger’s comment that he would like to be cloned. Well, that is his right, of course. “Perhaps, we could insert some ‘human-loving’ genes into him and delete some … Read moreArnold Swartznegger’s Desire to be Cloned
Re: Re: What about females whose tubes were tied? — kathygonzales Post Reply Top of Thread Forum Mark is much more expert on this than I am. However, from what I’ve read, many women start (or can start) having trouble producing viable eggs around the age of forty. Of course, this is an individual thing. Some women … Read moreRe: What about females whose tubes were tied?
Re: What about females whose tubes were tied? — kathy*kat*G. Post Reply Top of Thread Forum Cloning could help any woman who cannot produce an egg. However, I believe that there are now ways to retrieve eggs from ovaries even though the tubes have been tied or cut. Mark Eibert would be the one to ask about this. … Read moreRe: What about females whose tubes were tied?
Re: Re: Who Decides? — someonewthbrains Post Reply Top of Thread Forum Anyone who thinks that government and “the big boys” should make reproductive decisions for individuals obviously doesn’t even understand what he/she is advocating. You will find a good example of “government” running people’s lives in China. They tell you whether you can kave children and … Read moreRe: Who Decides?
Re: Re: cloning — Mark Post Reply Top of Thread Forum Your point about terminology is well taken. In fact, those opposed to cloning do not use the word “reproductive cloning”, they use the term “replication”. Use of terminology is one of the definding lines in this debate. The latest attack by those opposing human cloning is … Read moreRe: cloning