Can the human soul be transferred into a clone? Discussion Forum: The Debate: Cloning Babies and Pets: Can the human soul be transferred into a clone?
By HAHA on Sunday, June 8, 2003 - 02:41 am:

My wasted disease wrought body would greatly benefit if it were all feasible to transfer my soul and memory to the clone.

By Johnson on Sunday, June 22, 2003 - 01:10 pm:

On cloning and to follow this line, the cloning of parts of your body (organs) to prolong suffering (not saying no to death) would be the best advancement in this technology for right now... I dont think we are advanced enough to take on some of Clonaid's ideas...YET...

By Donald stonum on Wednesday, July 9, 2003 - 08:46 am:

I have led myself to believe that when the conjunction of the father and the mother occurs, the soul is transferred from the father into the mother where the subsstance called soul begins to manifest itself as form. The participation of both the male and female are required for substance that has not form to attain one through the mothering process. The genetic makeup in general is of the father. The particulars that contribute to the whole are called temptations that are from the mother and are ssubject to change whereas the genes from the father are not subject to change as relates to the whole A conflict exists beteeen that which is capable and may or may not change and that which is unchangeable. What is called the soul is from the father and is unchangeable as a whole but can be changed in its particulars or temptations to eventually caus the whole to change, not through its wholeness but through its particlars. I will stop here because I lack the ability to explain what is clear to me whether it be true or false. This may perhaps act as a castalyst to some one that can reach their own conclusions. I have a tendency to become somewhat long winded at times so forgive me.

By Donald stonum on Wednesday, July 9, 2003 - 09:18 am:

What real need to do we have to artifically creat that which will come about naturally. To use longer life as an excuse that in my mind is not really defensible any more than keep replacing parts on an old automobile that has outlived its time. It is only time and expense used delay that which is enevitable. It appears to me that science using a few particulars of the whole which they profess to know all about to conclude that all particulars are the same, thus assumming the whole is the same as any one of its particulars.My opinion as a high scool graduate has little value but I can only say. "I don*t think so".

By Unkledak on Sunday, July 13, 2003 - 02:58 am:

I'm confused. Was I supposed to make a left or right at the fork in the road.

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