Entries for the ‘Bioethics’ Category

Britain’s got secrets: 150+ human chimeras produced over 3 years

I argued in Parliament against the creation of human-animal hybrids as a matter of principle. None of the scientists who appeared before us could give us any justification in terms of treatment. Ethically it can never be justifiable it discredits us as a country. It is dabbling in the grotesque. At every stage the […]

Genetically modified cow’s milk for babies?

“It’s good,” said worker Jiang Yao. “It’s better for you because it’s genetically modified.” ….The director of the research project, Prof. Li Ning, said Western concerns about the ethics of genetic modification are misplaced. “There are 1.5 billion people in the world who don’t get enough to eat,” he said. “It’s our duty to develop […]

Good for them: Bristol and Levi engaged

I had wondered why Levi publicly apologized for speaking poorly (and inaccurately) of the Palins. Now I get it. He has obviously matured and is trying to take responsibility. Good for them. Generally speaking, intact families are always best for children. I’m glad these 2 are overcoming pretty big obstacles. I do think it they […]

The kids are not all right: Children of sperm donors messed up

While at the show to watch The Kids Are All Right, about a lesbian couple whose children conceived via sperm donation become inquisitive to find their father. FYI, the trailer should be rated PG-13… About the movie and topic

Review of movie “Splice”

The movie

New DHHS conscience protection rule

The New York Times

Love story 2008

by Mary Kay Hastings Johnny and Mary sittin’ in a tree K-I-S-S-I-N-G First comes love, Then comes marriage, Then comes a new technology which will allow you to manufacture a baby without ever having to touch each other…. U.K., February 1, 2008 (

Souls, posterity, and species

Some, even certain Christians, argue humans don’t become persons with souls until birth. Therefore, human embryos can be dissected and preborns can be aborted. (See examples here.) They base this argument on Genesis 2:7: Then the LORD God formed the man from the dust of the earth and blew the breath of life into his […]


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