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To Be Headless, or not to Be
Headless mice and tadpoles are one thing, but creating headless humans are another. Although creating a human mutant and disemboweling it at our pleasure for spare parts may seem immoral to some, I feel many of the advantages can expand, and help us in the end. Some may wonder, "Is this crazy? Supporting headless humans?" Well, I feel that going against the public majority will help illustrate a different perspective and bring to light both sides; outside the box. Charles Krauthammer points out varying opinions concerning "headless clones" which are debatable, concluding that it is too unethical and that there is no realistic reason to develop it. However, I feel that Charles Krauthammer only points out the negative outcomes of headless clones, which is why I'm here; to debate the benefits. Whether or not scientists should or shouldn't clone humans is still an ongoing debate. Scientists of today are finding new ways in progressing to new forms of cloning despite laws banning cloning. Progression in varying types of human cloning including headless clones will continue as long as there are no laws banning headless humans.…
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