—Talk about a strange new world.
On the surface, cloning seems like a really cool thing. Replace your heart, arteries, kidneys, liver, eyes; you name it. Hypothetically, you could be just like that energizer bunny. You could keep going and going and going, maybe even forever. What's to stop it besides the money to pay for it?
There is one particular aspect of the process though, that I've been wondering about for some time now. It has to do with cloning a complete human being, not just the replacement parts.
And I don't mean just any human being. I'm talking about babes, the beautiful young ladies who always seem to be around teasing us into a coma.
What if you could clone them? It is a venture that—I dare say—many a horny young dude has thought about. What I'm wondering (assuming that you're married) is whether or not having sex with a cloned babe would constitute infidelity. I really don't think it would.
A cloned babe would not be a person. A cloned Jessica Simpson, for example, would not have her memories (would it?) and thus (please excuse me for using this word) her soul. So, in a very real sense, you would not actually be having sex with Jessica Simpson, any more than you would be if you masturbated while looking at one of her photographs or videos. Having sex with a cloned sex toy would be the most sophisticated form of masturbation imaginable.
And that is truly all it would be.
Well ... actually that's not all it would be, because it would also be incredibly expensive. Can you even begin to imagine? But if it were possible, I'm sure that the super-rich billionaires wouldn't hesitate to get themselves a copy of whoever happened to be the latest hot model.
And the models surely wouldn't mind because it would be yet another source of income for them. They could sell a single hair from their head for god knows what price, which steers us immediately to another strange concept: would such a transaction be considered a form of prostitution?
But I suspect that things might never develop to such an extent. The ability to acquire wealth from the sale of a single hair (or drop of saliva left on a straw or glass) would prompt all sorts of devious efforts to acquire such samples. Such pirating would no doubt prompt the babes to be obsessively careful about anything they touched. They might even resort to walking around with plastic shower caps on their heads lest a single hair should find its way into some unscrupulous counterfeiting hands. But what kind of life would this be? Surely not one that is in any way appealing.
In other words, the ability to do such a thing as clone an entire person is rife with complexities, and there will no doubt be much legal wrangling over it. There would even be an interest in cloning deceased babes, like Marilyn Monroe, possibly one of the sexiest women to ever haunt the planet. If this were likely would such cloning be an instance of violating a person's estate? God-in-heaven, it boggles the mind.
There is already a precedent for this sort of thing. Have you ever seen those love dolls they're making these days? (Check out RealDoll to see what I'm talking about.) They cost five-thousand dollars and more. And they're only made from synthetic materials. Can you even begin to figure how much one would cost made from human DNA?
I truly believe that the desire for sex is powerful enough to fuel the effort to accomplish such cloning. Coupled with the desire to live forever, it's difficult to imagine stopping it. It's like prostitution. You can legislate against it till you're blue in the face. Does that make it go away? The primal urge to live and reproduce is much stronger than the social urge to legislate. It's just about that simple.
July 25, 2007
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