|Nov9-12, 06:01 PM||#18|
Genetic inheritance - Working backward in time
I'm sorry, i dispute that! I think your wrong.
Yes, if the cloned Elvis never hears about his first life, and the cloned Elvis is, lets say is raised in Bangladesh, India, on the edge of a poverty stricken dump, yes, the cloned Elvis will turn out very different! Capable of singing but maybe nobody would ever notice. In theory, he could end up different if he is raised in a different country in different circumstances.
But in all probability, that is unlikely to happen. In all probability, if we did clone Elvis, it would be his living descendent's in the USA today that would clone him. It would be his children, grand children, or great grand children that would give the legal consent to clone Elvis. And Its his living descendants that would have to provide a female volunteer to carry the cloned Elvis child for 9 months through to full term and birth. In effect, one of Elvis's female children or grand children would be carrying their own grand father in their womb. Sounds funny doesn't it, that a child might end up carrying their own cloned parent for 9 months in the womb. But that is what would happen. If there is no female descendant, then some other close female descendant who is related to Elvis would have to volunteer to carry the child. There would be plenty female volunteers willing to carry the cloned Elvis for 9 months!
Then it would be Elvis's grand children that would raise the cloned Elvis as a child. Its his own family descendants that would nurture him, and teach him his values in life. And its his grand children that would inevitably teach the cloned Elvis to sing again. They would teach him about his past life when he is young. And by the time the cloned Elvis is 20 years of age, every TV station in America, and around the world, would want him to sing on TV shows. And i seriously doubt that the cloned Elvis would reject the fame and fortune that comes with being associated with his past life. He would love the fame just as much as he did the first time!
So in reality, you would not be able to tell the difference between the original Elvis and the newly cloned Elvis. Even if the cloned Elvis had different personality traits, because of the fame and fortune, he would learn to act out the role he played the first time. He would learn the personality of the person he was the first time. he would learn to develop that deep voice again!
I mean think about it - If you thought you could earn the fame and fortune that Elvis did, you too would learn to sing and play that role in life. I would do it anyway.
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