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#27 May 16 2013 at 10:04 PM Rating: Good
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#29 May 17 2013 at 12:14 AM Rating: Good
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Eske Esquire wrote:
I bet we could find that mass Atari's E.T. the Extra Terrestrial grave, if we all ironically hitched rides down to New Mexico.
I live less than 100 miles from that, so if you decide to go desert scouring, let me know. I'm pretty sure they crushed them before burial, however, so it's not like they'd be functional.

As if that were any different than before they crushed em.
#30 May 17 2013 at 2:37 AM Rating: Good
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I shall call him.... Tweety!



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#31 May 17 2013 at 5:17 AM Rating: Excellent
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But think of the hipster cred when you tell people your thick black glasses frames are made from old ET Atari cartridges.
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#32 May 17 2013 at 6:26 AM Rating: Good
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Jophiel wrote:
But think of the hipster cred when you tell people your thick black glasses frames are made from old ET Atari cartridges.
We could make a lot of money by selling those on Etsy. I've got a spare bedroom if someone wants to come hunt for them.
#33 May 17 2013 at 6:51 AM Rating: Good
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The One and Only Poldaran wrote:
Jophiel wrote:
But think of the hipster cred when you tell people your thick black glasses frames are made from old ET Atari cartridges.
We could make a lot of money by selling those on Etsy. I've got a spare bedroom if someone wants to come hunt for them.


Do you live near New Mexico? We'll hit the jackpot if we can find the E.T. burial ground.
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#34 May 17 2013 at 7:48 AM Rating: Good
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If I'm just naming the liver I'd probably go with something like Cirry. If I'm naming my entire clone it would be Elindax as Elinda is already taken.

Maybe there should just be a symbol you can add to your name to designate that it's a clone. I'd suggest a double helix.
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#35 May 17 2013 at 7:52 AM Rating: Excellent
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Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
We'll hit the jackpot if we can find the E.T. burial ground.
I'm pretty sure that the particular burial ground is now used to bring back animals and people from the dead, but soulless and mindless evil shells of their former selves. You know, Arizonans.
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#36 May 17 2013 at 7:55 AM Rating: Decent
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Elinda, Goblin in Disguise wrote:
If I'm just naming the liver I'd probably go with something like Cirry. If I'm naming my entire clone it would be Elindax as Elinda is already taken.

Maybe there should just be a symbol you can add to your name to designate that it's a clone. I'd suggest a double helix.

The double vowel is the giveaway.
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#37 May 17 2013 at 8:45 AM Rating: Good
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Maybe you are a clone that has just been seeded and grown to provide spare parts for the real You.

Stay tuned......

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If we clone gbaji's ***** we can call it the Logical Phallusy.
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#40 May 17 2013 at 3:37 PM Rating: Decent
I would call my clone Twopointo.
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#41 May 17 2013 at 4:33 PM Rating: Excellent
I'm not convinced that two of me on the planet is a good idea. Besides, cloning all those character flaws is such a bad idea.

I'm all for cloning but more for quality foodstuffs like wine and chocolate. Find the best, clone it .. bang! Happy people Smiley: nod

For gods sake .. no cloning Varus ..
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#43 May 18 2013 at 12:21 AM Rating: Good
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Shaowstrike the Shady wrote:
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Jophiel wrote:
But think of the hipster cred when you tell people your thick black glasses frames are made from old ET Atari cartridges.
We could make a lot of money by selling those on Etsy. I've got a spare bedroom if someone wants to come hunt for them.


Do you live near New Mexico? We'll hit the jackpot if we can find the E.T. burial ground.
In NM, actually. About 65 miles away from the town where they buried them, though no idea how close to town it was.
#44 May 18 2013 at 3:03 AM Rating: Good
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I'm not convinced that two of me on the planet is a good idea. Besides, cloning all those character flaws is such a bad idea.

I'm all for cloning but more for quality foodstuffs like wine and chocolate. Find the best, clone it .. bang! Happy people Smiley: nod

For gods sake .. no cloning Varus ..



Thought they were already cloning sheep.
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I'm not convinced that two of me on the planet is a good idea. Besides, cloning all those character flaws is such a bad idea.

I'm all for cloning but more for quality foodstuffs like wine and chocolate. Find the best, clone it .. bang! Happy people Smiley: nod

For gods sake .. no cloning Varus ..


Thought they were already cloning sheep.


I think Dolly was 1997 or so, and I haven't heard about much since then. She was a "success," I suppose. If all you want is for the clone to make it to infancy.

I have no moral qualms about cloning in general, nor organ farming (assuming you don't clone a sentient being specifically for it). My ethics coursework for philosophy always included it, and most arguments come down to the same ones used against birth control - don't play God.

There IS one other major track of reasoning against both cloning and genetic engineering, though, which argues that it would be immoral based on the inherent classism it would endorse. Basic story: The rich could afford to engineer their children, when the poor couldn't, so over time the wealthy class would produce humans with capabilities vastly above the lower class. This would turn economic class into an actual biological class.

I suppose you could use that for cloning too, in some form. But considering there's no good reason to consider a clone anything but their own human person under the law, you'd just use family laws for inheritances and such. I mean, natural clones exist - they're called "twins" - so it's not like this actually creates any new issues with the law - procedural or forensic.
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#46 May 18 2013 at 5:16 AM Rating: Excellent
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There IS one other major track of reasoning against both cloning and genetic engineering, though, which argues that it would be immoral based on the inherent classism it would endorse. Basic story: The rich could afford to engineer their children, when the poor couldn't, so over time the wealthy class would produce humans with capabilities vastly above the lower class. This would turn economic class into an actual biological class.


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I'm not too worried; the rich will eventually turn into these guys, then die off due to unrepairable flaws in their genetic code due to the cloning.
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#47 May 18 2013 at 5:32 AM Rating: Good
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idiggory, King of Bards wrote:
There IS one other major track of reasoning against both cloning and genetic engineering, though, which argues that it would be immoral based on the inherent classism it would endorse. Basic story: The rich could afford to engineer their children, when the poor couldn't, so over time the wealthy class would produce humans with capabilities vastly above the lower class. This would turn economic class into an actual biological class.


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I'm not too worried; the rich will eventually turn into these guys, then die off due to unrepairable flaws in their genetic code due to the cloning.

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#48 May 18 2013 at 9:01 AM Rating: Excellent
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My understanding is that eventually the working class will be driven underground where they will evolve into something less than human, coming up at night to feed upon the upper class.
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My understanding is that eventually the working class will be driven underground where they will evolve into something less than human, coming up at night to feed upon the upper class.


Well(s), based on my extensive knowledge of Time Machines, I can confirm that this is true.
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#51 May 20 2013 at 7:11 AM Rating: Good
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