Monthly Archives: November 2009
If human embryos are not persons, then why would it be wrong to harvest anencephalic babies for their organs? Here is an emerging secular worldview. Peter Singer is the DeCamp Professor of Bioethics at Princeton University. This excerpt was taken … Continue reading
Human-Animal Hybrids have been permitted by law in the United Kingdom. Transgenic humans are being called “cowboys” by the UK press. (98% human – 2% cow) Glow in the dark humans were produced in May 2008 at Cornell University. “The … Continue reading
Embryos from the single cell stage are often denied personhood because they don’t LOOK human. Over 500,000 human lives are currently residing in “concentration cans” in a cryo-preserved state in our nation’s IVF clinics. Human embryos are being created for … Continue reading
If the personhood of the embryo is denied because it doesn’t LOOK human or because of its level of dependancy, when will the personhood of the elderly infirm be denied because of their level of dependancy?