How would you like to be
asked three Japanese students how they would feel
about being cloned. Here's what they said.
Nomura from Japan
As a first impression, this is so strange.
It would be difficult to have a
conversation with him. I would know the
'other me's' personality, characteristics,
attitudes, behavior, and ideas. So,
talking to each other would be
meaningless. Maybe it would take a long
time to have a good relationship with him.
I suppose someday we would be able to have
a good relationship, but I think it would
take a long time.
Ono from Japan
there were two of me, I'd feel strange and
uncomfortable because there are no humans
who have a duplicate of themselves. It's
very strange. If the cloned person had the
same ideas as me and the same thinking, it
would be scary to meet such a person. I
think it is not important to create the
same person because I AM HERE!
Hara from Japan
If there is the same me, I'm interested in
looking at my copy because he is the exact
same me. I could look at him and know who
I am. It might be a problem because
scientists might use this clone for
experiements like rats are used in
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Cloning is Beyond Us
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