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Using embryonic stem cells to improve our lives is the new cannibalism. At what cost to our souls?

 

February 12, 2009 | Daniel Kanis

By Tom Oleson, Winnipeg Free Press, Feb 3, 2009: About 500,000 years ago, archeologists tell us, some guy sat down at whatever passed for a dinner table in those days and cooked and then consumed the tastier parts of another guy. Why he did this, we don’t really know — perhaps it was just as simple as the fact that he was hungry and there was nothing else to eat– but we do know from the archeological record that cannibalism is as old as humanity. [Continue reading this article here.]

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