Cloning Conundrum

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Cloning Conundrum In the situation of the twins: Adolf Hitler and Albert Einstein, the inheritance should be split equally to both of the kids because a genetically cloned child would only inherit the genetic skin of the parent and it is unlikely that the clone will inherit the parent’s personality traits therefore we can assume that the genetic clone of Adolf Hitler will not act like a tyrant and the albert Einstein clone is not going to be the second smartest man in the world. The Mr.’s fortune should ultimately be disbursed equally amongst both children. According to the sciences none of the kids will inherit the psychology of his parent. Although perhaps clones can be used to alter or modify ones organs (Jodi Picoult: My Sister’s Keeper ) the brain will function completely different for every human being. It will come to the possibility that these two children will become friends since they are to be raised in the New York suburb and like children will obviously have rivalry amongst one another but one can never be too sure what will happen. There is also a huge possibility that they will know of the Mr.’s plot since the Mr. will eventually
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This note was uploaded on 02/27/2011 for the course WRITING 2 taught by Professor Roy during the Spring '09 term at UCSB.

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