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Ethics and science are at ground zero of human cloning. Earlier this year, an ethicist and scientist examined three moral arguments related to human cloning in a column on the MSNBC Web site. The ethicist is Glenn McGee, editor of The Human Cloning Debate. He is also the Breaking Bioethics columnist for MSNBC.com. He serves […]Read More
Religious folk of nearly every stripe have something to say about cloning. The Raelian Movement is no exception. Founded by a Frenchman named Claude Vorilhon, the Raelian Movement is “the world’s largest UFO related, non-profit organisation,” according to rael.org. Raelians believe “life on earth was created scientifically in laboratories by extraterrestrials whose name (ELOHIM) is […]Read More
“Gladiator” won the Oscar for Best Picture on March 25, upsetting America’s choice, as revealed by an earlier Gallup poll, for “Erin Brockovich.” Thirty-two percent of Americans chose “Erin Brockovich” as best film of the year, compared to 27 percent who voted for “Gladiator.” This is the third year in a row that Americans’ choice […]Read More
Americans prefer conservation efforts to curb energy problems, rather than new policies favoring development, latest Gallup study shows. Thirty-one percent of Americans described the nation’s energy situation as “very serious,” while 59 percent called it “fairly serious.” Nine percent discarded the problem entirely. The study, conducted in the beginning of March, also found that Americans […]Read More
The Valparaiso Project on the Education and Formation of People in Faith recently launched a Web site, Practicing Our Faith. The site complements the 1997 book Practicing Our Faith: A Way of Life for a Searching People, edited by Dorothy C. Bass, director of the Valparaiso Project. The site explores “twelve time-honored practices shaped by […]Read More