- Hannah MIller
- Springfield, OH
- United States
making life from scratch. Is it possible?
It would seem to me that if we can build organs, we could build organisms. It would require that you recreate every organ in the body, and put them all in the correct order, but essentially it sounds to me that it might be possible soon, and it may be accomplished if we try it. If we were to try, and we succeeded, would that person be considered alive, or artificial, and if it were considered artificial, would it be moral to keep it alive? Another question is why would it be artificial?
My thought would be that it would be evolutionary, because humans have learned over time how to produce an organ, and we have learned anatomy, so that we could fix or reduce our amount of sickness, so it is something that we adapted to do so that we could survive.
Closing Statement from Hannah MIller
Thank you everyone for your insight