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Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?

 
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10/03/2010 07:41 PM
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Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
I think there would be quite a niche market for it.

I think that celebrity steaks would command a fortune amongst the elite.

imagine being able to order a harrison ford loin, or a dolly parton breast roast?

we have the technology. we have the appetite.
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10/03/2010 07:46 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Don't forget about starting with embryonic stem cells, that would be a treat...
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10/03/2010 07:47 PM
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Only if the cloned human had a name.
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10/03/2010 07:48 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
disgusting OP all of it
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10/03/2010 07:49 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Don't forget about starting with embryonic stem cells, that would be a treat...
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no need. you can use skin and other cells now. maybe the donor doesn't even need to know they've been cloned.

Oprah Rump Roast. $4200/lb

you can grow the meat in a lab fairly easily. I think they are still working out some issues with the consistency and the fat marbling, but those are just details..
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
disgusting OP all of it
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why is it disgusting? you don't kill any animals, and don't keep them in deplorable conditions. how is it any more disgusting than eating pork, beef or chicken?

people bite their nails and cuticles all the time. ever bite a chunk out of your cheek?

human blood sausages. I think we could get $40/lb or more for that.
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10/03/2010 07:52 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Definitely a niche market. chuckle
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10/03/2010 07:53 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
I see, getting a head start on the Anunnaki market I see.

If you provide them with meat, they will not eat you. Very clever.
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10/03/2010 07:54 PM
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Big Meat Eater

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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Definitely a niche market. chuckle
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I dont know why it would be restricted to the palate of the elite. Cloning means mass production, and low per unit cost. Celebrity burgers could be sold to the common man!
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10/03/2010 07:55 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
disgusting OP all of it


why is it disgusting? you don't kill any animals, and don't keep them in deplorable conditions. how is it any more disgusting than eating pork, beef or chicken?

people bite their nails and cuticles all the time. ever bite a chunk out of your cheek?

human blood sausages. I think we could get $40/lb or more for that.
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You don't find cannibalism disgusting? Well you are a tard.
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10/03/2010 07:58 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Definitely a niche market. chuckle


I dont know why it would be restricted to the palate of the elite. Cloning means mass production, and low per unit cost. Celebrity burgers could be sold to the common man!
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that's why you choose celebrity cuts. the forced scarcity boosts the price enormously. it would have to be certified authentic.

anyone can eat human steak, but not everyone can have celebrity cuts (patent pending)
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
disgusting OP all of it


why is it disgusting? you don't kill any animals, and don't keep them in deplorable conditions. how is it any more disgusting than eating pork, beef or chicken?

people bite their nails and cuticles all the time. ever bite a chunk out of your cheek?

human blood sausages. I think we could get $40/lb or more for that.


You don't find cannibalism disgusting? Well you are a tard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1001177


How is it cannibalism? No people are killed. We only grow their beef. It is much more humane than how chickens, pigs and cows are raised, killed and processed.
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
disgusting OP all of it


why is it disgusting? you don't kill any animals, and don't keep them in deplorable conditions. how is it any more disgusting than eating pork, beef or chicken?

people bite their nails and cuticles all the time. ever bite a chunk out of your cheek?

human blood sausages. I think we could get $40/lb or more for that.


You don't find cannibalism disgusting? Well you are a tard.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1001177


How is it cannibalism? No people are killed. We only grow their beef. It is much more humane than how chickens, pigs and cows are raised, killed and processed.
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10/03/2010 08:02 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Seventh Law is No Limb from Living Creature
[link to 7for70.net]

This could by extension also include vat grown meat.
Sure it is not really an animal, but it would have to be alive in some sense of the word, or it wouldn't really be food.
So if you slice off a chunk and eat it, you would be partaking of a portion of a living thing while it is still alive.

Not sure why this is a law, but maybe people had this problem in the past.
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10/03/2010 08:04 PM

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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
Only on Thanksgiving.
Pearl Harbor was an inside job.
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10/09/2010 11:51 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
"But while it may not be commonplace for another couple of decades, artificial meat is already a reality.

Late last year, researchers in the Netherlands claimed they had grown artificial pork in a laboratory, which they described as not ready for a taste test and “soggy”.

The Royal Society papers also claimed one of the unexpected hindrances to producing more food was the increased role of multinational corporations in agricultural research."

[link to theland.farmonline.com.au]
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10/09/2010 11:57 PM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
I think that celebrity steaks would command a fortune amongst the elite.

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The Charlton Heston wafers would be ironic.
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10/10/2010 12:42 AM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
I'd think it'd depend a lot upon what particular wine was served along with it.

cool2
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10/10/2010 12:44 AM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
OP that defines cannabilism.

Sick , The earth provides all we need, there is plenty of food why resort to that??? These are things we should not meddle with... it'll effect our evolution.
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10/10/2010 01:31 AM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
The bible proscribes pork, so do several other books and religions.

The reason being is because pork and humans taste very similar, so similar that in Asia the last surviving cannibalistic societies call human 'long pig'.

There would be moral consequences for eating cloned human flesh. Which in turn would become an question of ethics and would be presented as an ethical issue one which would forbid the eating of cloned human flesh.

Morality would form ethics as morality has formed many ethical questions in the past.
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10/10/2010 01:33 AM
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Re: Is it unethical to serve cloned human meat?
This topic works on so many levels.

Good job OP!

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