Danae Hitch
Danae Hitch answered

Movie summary: Sybil is a 1976 two-part, 3¼-hour American television miniseries starring Sally Field and Joanne Woodward. It is based on the book of the same name and was broadcast on NBC on November 14–15, 1976.

After suffering a small breakdown in front of her students, Sybil Dorsett is given a neurological examination by Dr. … Read more

Grey Harmon
Grey Harmon answered

Okay, the distance is 600 km.  But if I have it right, (haven't been doing enough math lately thisisembarrassing....) For you to find out the displacement, you need to know the starting and ending points of the car trip. 

The starting and ending points could be directional (S,W,N,E) or points (point X to point Y). … Read more

Dark Majinn
Dark Majinn answered The Z.'s question

Human beings? . . . Depends upon the application. I believe that Human life is just that . . To create another human either by genetically cloning or by sex, the resulting human should have the same rights . . Regardless. This throws away the use of Clones for Organ harvesting. Their rights would/should also … Read more

Didge Doo
Didge Doo answered The Z.'s question

As you and Yin have already pointed out, the science is worthwhile. It may have many applications including organ replacement.

Cloning people may be about as useful (and as controversial) as cryogenic preservation but I suppose there's always the advantage that if I had a toothache i could send my clone to the dentist.

Gator Blu
Gator Blu answered The Z.'s question

Honestly, I don't think cloning any animal is a good idea. As for cloning humans I think it is even worse. I saw a show or movie years ago where a couple wanted to clone their child who had passed away or was on life support. The doctors who were contacted to do the cloning … Read more

dragonfly forty-six
dragonfly forty-six answered The Z.'s question

I don't think so, Z.  The only way I would find it useful would be to replace parts of my body. They'd have to only clone parts of my body, if they cloned the whole thing then it would have to be without a brain. If not we'd be into an ethical issue, there might … Read more

Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang answered The Z.'s question

No I don't think cloning actual humans or animals is appropriate. However I think the science behind it should not go to waste. I think it would come in handy to clone say an ear for a patient who had to have their ear removed.

Sudo the Dragon
Sudo the Dragon answered The Z.'s question

There are plenty of humans on this earth, they are overpopulated. Humans kill lots of animals every year in the claim that they are "pests" yet they fail to look in the mirror to see who the real pests are. I think they should allow human testing and stop with the animal testing. It is … Read more