jbalkin at MAIL.LAW.YALE.EDU
Tue Mar 4 18:44:39 PST 1997
Eugene Volokh writes:
"Cloning a human isactually the opposite (or an opposite) of trying to
physically perfect people: It's trying to create a new person that's
exactly the same as the old."
Sure, but I thought the concern was also the development of
-technologies- of reliable cloning that would make advanced forms of
genetic engineering possible. Once we can guarantee that little Eugene
2 will develop in a womb, we can alter Eugene's DNA and ensure that
Eugenes 3, 4, and 5, each with slightly different characteristics, can be
grown as well.
Yale Law School
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