- Peter Emer
- North Brunswick, NJ
- United States
Does science and our desire to know everything sometimes devalue the experience of life?
In the 1970s, the U.S government supported and funded a project in which scientists tried to create headless humans so that the body parts of these "humans" can be used as organ donors. Now the project failed but just the audacity that we would attempt something that could single handedly destroy what it means to live and survive is mindbottling to me. What do you all think?