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Stem Cell Research Moral Issues

Stem Cell Research Moral Issues | SO LET ME GET THIS STRAIGHT: IN YOUR COUNTRY IT IS PERFECTLY LEGAL FOR A PREGNANT WOMAN TO KILL HER UNBORN CHILD. BUT IT'S ILLEGAL FOR SCIEN | image tagged in memes,third world skeptical kid,politics,political | made w/ Imgflip meme maker
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We call it american stupid
0 ups, 8y
Trust me. Murica is f**ked up but not as much as you think. It is nothing compared to... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGU_BrRlvB8
10 ups, 8y
We don't really want to discuss why this is... but you'll notice that both sides of that coin involve keeping population down.
8 ups, 8y,
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It's interesting to think of how many potential doctors, scientists, and future global leaders who could have significantly impacted the world had their lives cut short by abortions.
2 ups, 8y,
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That's true, but there were also people with the great potential go evil.
2 ups, 8y,
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In America, we have a policy of innocent until proven guilty.
0 ups, 8y,
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I didn't say they were evil, I just said that they had just as much potential to be evil as they did to be good.
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I know, but in America, we always assume that the accused is generally innocent. I'm sure that sometimes they would be evil, but we have ways of dealing with them.
0 ups, 8y,
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Okay, but we also don't assume that they're 'guilty' of being a great human being.
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Actually, we assume they'll be standard contributors to society. If they go on ahead and create the next advancements on the human lifestyle, good for them. If they become petty crooks or even murders and terrorists, shame on them, they'll be dealt with. It isn't fair to get robbed of a life, a precious life, a shot to become an influence on people, fall in love, have their own families, and in turn die, looking back at the whole way there. No one has the right to deny anyone at least a chance.
0 ups, 8y,
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The question then becomes when we count them as a person. For me, that's 26 weeks. For others, it's when they're born. It's 8 weeks for a different set of people and conception for another group.
2 ups, 8y,
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Life is commonly considered to begin hours after conception, as the cells begin to reproduce. I think that's pretty lively, if the cells are already making cells themselves.
0 ups, 8y,
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In reply to your comment below; So do unfertilized eggs and unfertilizing sperm. That doesn't mean we must use all of them.
1 up, 8y
There's nothing anyone can do to protect "rights" of sperm/egg cells, but once they're fertilized (or in the case of sperm, fertilizing), then the growth and life of that cell as a human being is guaranteed, apart from the tragic but natural case of miscarriage.
0 ups, 8y,
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Yes, but so can plants, and nobody cares about them because they don't do much.
1 up, 8y
*Facepalm* I didn't realize plants had the potential to grow into human beings...
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0 ups, 5y
You think plants don’t do much? You mean you missed science in 3rd grade where you learned plants take carbon dioxide and change it to oxygen so we can breathe?
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Why do you say 26 weeks? Because it can then hear and respond to its outside environment?
0 ups, 8y
Basically, yeah.
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5 ups, 8y
Both are horrific and evil, hence, I'm consistently against both.
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5 ups, 8y
I ask this question everyday it makes no sense
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6 ups, 8y,
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I thought you said rice krispies lol
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7 ups, 8y
Dude try eating them with chop sticks. It's fun.
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Religion and politics were supposed to be separate entities. The issue over whether stem cell research is morally acceptable stems from religious concerns that we are "playing god" in doing so. The ban on such research indicates that our government is still largely controlled be religion. Despite our best efforts to avert it. Religion is a poison to which science is an antidote.
2 ups, 8y,
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Riiiiiight... you keep telling yourself that.
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0 ups, 5y
Yeah I agree with you hiyaguy.
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2 ups, 8y
This meme is so true
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I'm 2chanz truu
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You're pretty smart, little black kid.
0 ups, 8y
How about neither? (Adult stem cell research is fine though I think).
0 ups, 5y
it seems I've stumbled into a complicated meme, too bad my will to argue has left me....
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0 ups, 8y
And get this:
The people that are AGAINST abortion are usually the same ones AGAINST stem cell use!

AAAAAAND- they are usually the same ones AGAINST welfare and food stamps to take care of the child when it's born!
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1 up, 8y
wtf did i cause
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