News on how man keeps wanting to "play God" in new and "better" waysgreenspun.com : LUSENET : Catholic : One Thread
The latest in the pagan culture's rejection of the Catholic teachings on respect for life, marriage, and every child's right to be conceived through the natural act of a married man and woman ...
In June, 2003, the "Sout Florida Sun-Sentinel" reported that, according to the journal named "Fertility and Sterility," there has been a marked increase since 1999 in posthumous sperm extraction -- so that a family line can be continued even after the "father" has passed away.
In the same month, the BBC reported that an Israeli researcher had grown maturing ovarian tissue in the lab after having extracted it from aborted baby girls.
If the frankensteinian work of Israel's Dr. Tal Biron-Shenton eventually results in the production of fully developed eggs (from that fetal ovarian tissue), it would mean that many babies could be born even though their own "mother" was not born alive. And the "father" of those babies could be a dead man from whom sperm was extracted posthumously.
May God have mercy on mankind.
St. James, pray for us.
-- J. F. Gecik (email@example.com), August 06, 2003
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 06, 2003.
Mankind is very sick. What is the point of this?
-- Scott (email@example.com), August 06, 2003.
AMen John . On another issue my hotmail account hasnt sent my messages, just acknowledging your reply and saying thankyou on this thread.
-- Kiwi (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 07, 2003.
as if left-field was anything other than right-field in this particular area, it seems that Dolly the cloned sheep, and all other cloned animals, are predestined to live short lives compared to their peers.
-- Ian (email@example.com), August 07, 2003.
And we ain't seen nuthin' yet!
-- Karl (Parkerkajwen@hotmail.com), August 07, 2003.