Guess Who Wrote This...

'That the most partially formed human embryo is both human and alive has now been confirmed, in an especially vivid sense, by the new debate over stem-cell research and the bioethics of cloning. If an ailing or elderly person can be granted a new lease on life by a transfusion of this cellular material, then it is obviously not random organic matter.

The original embryonic “blastocyst” may be a clump of 64 to 200 cells that is only five days old. But all of us began our important careers in that form, and every needful encoding for life is already present in the apparently inchoate. We are the first generation to have to confront this as a certain knowledge.'

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Comments

Fortiter Pugnem said…
When you reach a point where the truth is so obvious and even in your hand and you only take part of it, what else can you do? I guess all we have left to face the demon with is prayer and sacrifice.

I wonder if technology now allows doctors to classify this kind of brain malfunction yet.