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    Human Extinction Essay

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    of the Human Species The future is not guaranteed for individuals, and the same is true for all of humanity. Of the millions of species that exist on this planet humans are known as the most intelligent, but maybe this is a misconception. While mankind carries on its activities, the chance of a mass extinction grows with every misuse of the earth. It is more likely that humans will cause their own extinction than it is that they would be wiped out by a natural catastrophe. Humans are…

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    Humans Vs The Divine

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    Humans vs the Divine: Mutually Beneficial or One-sided Glorification? Over the years, humans have created many ways to cope with their existence on Earth. Some are existentialists, who believe that life lacks objective meaning, and some take the transcendentalist view and embrace the encompassing spirit of nature. Even though these and many more modern concepts tackle the idea of a godless existence, time-honored religion continues to sway the majority of humans on Earth. Some of the earliest…

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    Human Cloning Essay

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    Human cloning has become a more widely debated topic in the scientific field, medical field, and society. It started out as cloning animals, and now it is coming to the point where cloning may be used on humans in the near future. This raises concern for many people around the world who are totally against it. It also brings hope for those in the medical field who are searching for ways to treat and cure certain diseases in their patients. The major thing preventing the cloning of humans is the…

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    Past Human Origins

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    Chapter Nine – Understanding the Past, Human Origins and Role In order to understand the present, we must have an understanding of the past. However to understand the past, you have to understand how people thought and understand the environment that they lived in. Although no indication of the progenitor of human beings is accounted for like in the biblical text, there is mention of how human beings were made. In two Sumerian accounts, people are formed from breaking out from the ground, clay…

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    Is Human Cloning Possible

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    have wondered whether cloning humans can be possible. Human cloning is creating an identical copy of a human. There is a possibility that humans can be cloned through therapeutic and reproductive cloning. Therapeutic cloning is used for research purposes whereas reproductive cloning is used for creating an organism. In recent discussions of cloning, a controversial issue has been made on whether cloning humans can be possible. On one hand, some argue that cloning humans is possible and should be…

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    The human-animal relationship has evolved after a long evolutionary history based upon mutual benefits. Such benefits still exist today, particularly for humans. However, the benefits in modern society go beyond those associated with the animal’s original purpose, which leads to relationship inequalities. This stems from the conflicting interests of humans and animals, where the benefits to one rarely occur without detriment to the other. The fact that these benefits are usually only short term,…

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    Human Cloning Is Unethical

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    is unethical for scientists to create human clones for the sole purpose of disemboweling the body for personal needs. These human clones would be human in every form and way, however, a scientist would remove the forebrain. Although the cloning of humans would be promising for people's health, it is purely unethical and dangerous to create life and then destroy someone’s narcissistic values. The question that has been controversial for over a decade is if human cloning is unethical or not.…

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    Dangers Of Human Cloning

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    cloning to continue and what could happen to humans as this technology develops. Animals are the main test subjects on the effects of cloning to attempt to determine the possible effects that could happen to humans if more technology is developed. As more animals are continued to be tested companies want these cloned animals to be processed for food. Genetic cloning of animals for meat is wrong because there could be potential dangers towards humans, more animals create a problem with food and…

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    What is the Human Condition? The Human Condition are characteristics in life in which one will experience at one moment or more in their life. The real question is, however, do you experience the Human Condition even if you’re not conscious of it? In order to be “human”, one must experience one of the characteristics of life. Conversely, there is Nihilism. Nihilism is the rejection of all religious and moral principles, believing that life is meaningless. The idea of Nihilism goes against what…

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    Pushing Boundaries of Human Enhancement through Cellular Reprogramming By definition, human nature is the different characteristics (thinking, attitude, feelings) created in ourselves by God. Many scholars and philosophers approach the concept of human nature by using different schools of thought. For instance, the Buddhists’ opinion about human nature is to be conscious and to aspire. Whereas Judeo-Christian’s point of view is that humans are God’s creation that has free willpower providing…

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