Condoms do protect against AIDS. It'other STDs that they don't fully protect against: ones that come from skin contact.
What do you mean?
But eggs that haven't been fertilized don't have the total amounts of chromosomes. They are what I consider the potential for human life. Think about how.many babies are currently being killed for scientific research that can be done using adult cells, or non embryos.
Its a step in han development. You're just a clump of cells, you're just more formed and you can speak for yourself. A baby still isn't fully formed, a teenager isn't even fully grown, yet we don't allow them to be killed, disposed of, or experimented on fatally.
The difference is that embryos are fertilized. Eggs aren't going to develop into a person without some type of intersession, embryos are already growing. An embryos isn't a potential life, it IS life. It is the first or one of the first stages.
Embryonic stem cell research is controversial because some people think that life starts at conception and that using embryos is like using a person, basically. (The fact that embryos are left over after IVF is actually the reason that some people are opposed to IFV.)
At the cost of another human's life? I don't think it's beneficial for that person who you experimented on. The Nazis made a good amount of discoveries by torturing people, but I don't think that their discoveries negated the fact that it came at the expense of a human being. It really comes down to: when do you believe human life starts?
In embryonic stem cell research, they fertilize gametes for the pure sake of studying them, or get frozen embryos. I don't believe it's right to fertilize sex cells just so we can study diseases, or throw them away, like they aren't the beginning stages of the development of a person. That is toying with human reproduction and human life in a way that is completely wrong, to me.
I don't care if they come from adults, I care if they come from embryos. Embryonic stem cell research is unethical, in my opinion.
The phrase "an eye for an eye" came from Hammurabi's Code. Back in the day, if you got into a fight with someone and knocked out his or her eye, his or her family would come after you and punish you even more severely like burning down your part of the village. "An eye for an eye" just means that your punishment will be equal to, or at the very least, no more than, your crime. Unless of course, the other person chooses to forgive you.
Otherwise, yes I agree completely with your sentiment.
Me too. I thought it was some kind of pun where Snorlax would say, "Si señorlax," or something, but that seemed too involved.
Herherher!!! No, no, you're okayishly funny.
And, I'm sorry? >:-[
I wasn't being sarcastic that time. I was really serious, it made me laugh. The smiley face was sarcasm but whatever.
I don't know why really. It's just something I do while waiting for something good to come on T.V.
Awe that is honestly the nicest thing I've ever been told.