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Clones By Ryan Somma
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Your cloned child is a mirror, simultaneously reflecting who you are and what you might have been. It's potential was your potential. Can your clone achieve the dreams that fell to the wayside in... More > your own life, or is it doomed to repeat your mistakes? Clones is a collection of speculative short-stories that explores the relationship dynamics between parents and their cloned children. It inspires speculation as it entertains, probing issues we will face in our lifetimes.< Less
Should Humans Be Cloned? By Keltik Excalibur
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800 words essay/tutorial to answer the question: Should Humans be Cloned?
Clones and Malcontents By Joe Wood
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"Clones and Malcontents" is a fascinating surrealist pageant of the contemporary condition. Part satire and part condemnation, the thread is woven by the poet's own reflection and... More > analysis, a lens through which topical and transient details are integrated, into one study of the dark side of the artist, and of human nature. By Midwestern poet/artist Joe Wood (2011)< Less
The Cloned Mammoth By Martin Reyto
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Martin Reyto's diverse heritage is revealed in poems which, while contemporary in image and idiom, range into unfamiliar modes of vision, thought, and musicality. An unexpected array of freaks,... More > beasts, prisoners, heroes, lovers, soldiers, fools, and other human and inhuman oddities inhabit Reyto's verse like the gargoyles and statues in a Gothic cathedral. Amidst landscapes that recall the paintings of Bosch and Breughel stands the mysterious figure of the poet as conjuror, pulling mammoths out of extinction into the light of consciousness and inhabiting that archetype of our time, the two-headed man.< Less
Nothing More Human By Sarah Anne Locus
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In the not-so-distant future of 2089, America has discovered the secret to successful human cloning, but in the spirit of capitalism the ability was quickly reserved only for the very wealthy and the... More > entertainment industry. These clones, referred to by the public as Projects, are believed to be the reincarnations of politicians, musicians, athletes, and actors, synthetically constructed for no other purpose than the entertainment of the American people. In their time away from the public the Projects are kept in Port Mercy, a pseudo-city in Southern California, and although the property seems as glamorous as the Projects themselves, the city holds dark secrets. Trouble is brewing, but very few know it, and the lives of a young Project, a protester, a hacker, and a never-will-be cop are tied to the city whether they like it or not.< Less
Nothing More Human By Sarah Anne Locus
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In the not-so-distant future of 2089, America has discovered the secret to successful human cloning, but in the spirit of capitalism the ability was quickly reserved only for the very wealthy and the... More > entertainment industry. These clones, referred to by the public as Projects, are believed to be the reincarnations of politicians, musicians, athletes, and actors, synthetically constructed for no other purpose than the entertainment of the American people. In their time away from the public the Projects are kept in Port Mercy, a pseudo-city in Southern California, and although the property seems as glamorous as the Projects themselves, the city holds dark secrets. Trouble is brewing, but very few know it, and the lives of a young Project, a protester, a hacker, and a never-will-be cop are tied to the city whether they like it or not.< Less
More Than Human By Ramez Naam
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Distilling the most radical accomplishments being made in labs around the world, including gene therapy, genetic engineering, life extension, brain-computer interfaces, and cloning, More Than Human... More > offers an exciting tour of the impact biotechnology will have on our lives. Throughout this remarkable trip, author Ramez Naam shares an impassioned vision for the future with revealing insight into the ethical dilemmas posed by twenty-first-century science. Encouraging us to celebrate rather than fear these innovations, Naam incisively separates fact from myth, arguing that these much-maligned technologies have the power to transform the human race for the better, so long as individuals and families are left free to decide how and if to use them.< Less
Synth Core Systems & The Post Human Future By Barry Biddle
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Trans-humanism affirms: the possibility and desirability of fundamentally transforming the human condition by developing and making widely available technologies to eliminate aging and to greatly... More > enhance human intellectual, physical, and psychological capacities. You will learn how Barry Biddle has created Synth-Core Systems and a universal personal knowledge repository with the ability of members to print their own 3 dimensional products locally without having to go to the store. You will get access to 3-dimentional printing technology scripts to print most common household and medical items at home. Example: printing a clone of your smart device for immediate use with a 3-D printer without having to call your cellular company for a replacement. “With the reconstitution of local elements with Nano Assemblers the trains and semi-truck gas/coal guzzling will dwindle around the world to the point of global Geo-engineered healing being a welcome byproduct of the technology.” Barry Biddle< Less
The Moral Status of the Human Embryo: “Intermediate”/ “Special Status” is Invalid By John P. Hubert, MD FACS
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There is absolutely no question on a biological basis that the 1 celled human zygote and in every stage thereafter is in fact biologically human with a complete human genetic code (genome). To... More > suggest that it is something other than human (intermediate) in nature, essence and kind is to suggest that it is not human at all. There is no philosophically valid way to treat the human embryo as anything other than a full human person. Every argument that attempts to deny full personhood to the human embryo results in denying it to other members of the human species as well. The intermediate or special status for the human embryo must be rejected.< Less
The Moral Status of the Human Embryo: “Intermediate”/ “Special Status” is Invalid By John P. Hubert, MD FACS
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There is absolutely no question on a biological basis that the 1 celled human zygote and in every stage thereafter is in fact biologically human with a complete human genetic code (genome). To... More > suggest that it is something other than human (intermediate) in nature, essence and kind is to suggest that it is not human at all. There is no philosophically valid way to treat the human embryo as anything other than a full human person. Every argument that attempts to deny full personhood to the human embryo results in denying it to other members of the human species as well. The intermediate or special status for the human embryo must be rejected.< Less