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Question #36083 posted on 05/12/2007 3:01 a.m.
Q:

Dear 100 Hour Board,
I have a question about animal cloning. I am currently at the university that does the most animal cloning and it is very conservative. My question is about the spirit. We believe that animals have spirits, so where do the spirits for cloned animals come from? Are they placed in there as if the animal were born normally? Would that happen with a cloned person?
- Anti-cloning

A: My dear,

I think the spirits would be there just as with normally born animals or people. As I understand it, the problem with cloning people has more to do with never being able to have a normal life. Think about it: you would be a scientific experiment, monitored your whole life. You also wouldn't have a family.

That would totally stink.

- The Defenestrator