What makes a human, human? That is a question that philosophers and scientists have wondered for hundreds of thousands of years. One may wonder why I bring up that question, so do you? Of course you don’t because the reason you are probably reading this is to make sure that I actually did do the assignment; so therein, you already know the assignment guidelines.
But I digress, the question is whether or not there are or should be ethical/philosophical qualms about the progression of science. And my answer is a firm no. Because right now, let’s start at the basic forms in which we are talking, cloning a person’s brain and using it as a spare for if the other one goes wrong. This one is feasible but it wouldn’t be practacal to use it on people other than newborns as the replica would not