SB1307 - 492R - Senate Fact Sheet
The law can be found here1. Prohibits a person from intentionally or knowingly:
a) Creating or attempting to create an in vitro human embryo by any means other than fertilization of a human egg by a human sperm;
b) creating or attempting to create a human-animal hybrid;
c) transferring or attempting to transfer a human embryo into a nonhuman womb;
d) transferring or attempting to transfer a nonhuman embryo into a human womb; or
e) transporting or receiving for any purpose a human-animal hybrid.
No one who voted for this law thinks or believes that we are currently capable of hybrids now. No one who voted for this law actually though there would be a turtle with a human head running around.
What you claim is not what the law is about. Sorry, but you are flat out wrong which is kind of funny considering the alacrity with which you took to calling others stupid.
It biologically imposable to do so Jillman. Any sound biologist well tell you that is gentility imposable to do so. It will only happen in movies, and comics book in another words.. This is why the bill is kind of making Arizona a laughing stock.
Last edited by RyrineaHaruno; 05-01-10 at 05:56 PM.
I am sorry but your attempt to paint this as born of science fiction and fairy tale is flat wrong.
Chinese scientists at the Shanghai Second Medical University in 2003 successfully fused human cells with rabbit eggs. The embryos were reportedly the first human-animal chimeras successfully created. They were allowed to develop for several days in a laboratory dish before the scientists destroyed the embryos to harvest their stem cells.In Minnesota last year researchers at the Mayo Clinic created pigs with human blood flowing through their bodies.That's not science fiction. That is real. That is what the law seeks to block from happening in Arizona. You are flat wrong in your assertion that it is based on science fiction. Your little wiki article notwithstanding.And at Stanford University in California an experiment might be done later this year to create mice with human brains.
National Geographic is the only source we have that this supposedly happen at this college in China it just seem a hell of a lot fishy to me that they don't have pictures of these being, or they don't give it over to others for study.
That is because it is imposable to fuse human cells with animals cell without it dying really quickly. We have different genes than other animals.
Last edited by RyrineaHaruno; 05-01-10 at 06:12 PM.
And yeah, it referenced the Nat Geo article, but are you gonna sit here and argue that Nat Geo is a disreputable source? Please do, then we can all get a good hearty laugh at your expense.
The fact that they die quickly does not remove the ethical implications of doing the research at all. The research is precisely what the law seeks to block...research that is not science fiction, but has already happened.That is because it is imposable to fuse human cells with animals cell with out it dying really quickly.
Sorry, but you're still wrong.