Another ID Science Example

This one is bit more sobering though.  It turns out that a team is reporting that they have cloned human embryos.  Although this is a triumph for ID science, in that it is yet one more example of ID in action, this may be one step too far.  As scientists, we may have the capability, but that doesn’t mean that we have the moral mandate to do the things that we have the ability to do.  I think it’s time for some sort of world summit where scientists, politicians, theologians, and others can come together and talk about this issue and come to some boundaries that are morally acceptable.  It’s really past time, since we already may have the capability to do something that is beyond the pale.

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  1. Pingback: Society Can’t Handle Science? « Professor Smith’s Weblog

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