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Illegal Beings: Human Clones

Re: is cloning playing god? Helpful definitions :o)

jovian ( 09/07/2005, 17:11:12 )

dude, someone should tell that list maker that proof denies faith and without faith God is nothing. All powerful super being talked about in a book that has been translated and rewritten and altered so many times, that to take any part as fact would be folly. I don't think so. Not for me.Intelligent design may be a possibility. We are doing ok as a species it seems. Science has decoded the human genome of some dude who works for Celera Genomics and decided to only make money out of some of it. Nice of them.There are some that say we have already been genetically altered to become what we are now. An ancient race of extraterrestrials, the Anunnaki, genetically engineered the original humans, and that they probably still exist in some form or another, with some degree of influence over humankind.Omnipresent - exists everywhere we have been and every we haven't been. Omniscient - knows everything we know and everything we don't know. Omnipotent - Can do anything we can do and everything we can't do.

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