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should we clone dead celebrities?
should we clone dead celebrities like evils and other famous people from history then gather them all together in a theme park where people can meet them as they act like the real celebrities that they are cloned from ?
- ?Lv 63 days ago
Doesn't seem very useful. Already left forever. 😒
- 1 week ago
There are a lot of moral questions that come along with this, but I mean it would be rather dope. Having said that, I don't support the cloning of evil ones. I wouldn't mind having Jerry Stiller back though.
- 3 weeks ago
It wouldn't matter. Even if they looked exactly like their predecessor, it wouldn't be the original entertainer. They might not even have the same talent or any at all. Cloning just means having exact dna. Everything else about a person is through personal choices, life experiences, devine intervention, etc.; things that cannot be duplicated through cloning.
- The Football GodLv 72 months ago
No. Judging what they call a celebrity now, um , let's just say we've got way too many.
- conley39Lv 72 months ago
No, a clone shares the same DNA but does not have the same memories and is not the same person.
- KathyLv 72 months ago
No way should they be cloned.
- Anonymous2 months ago
We might have undesirable results. Firstly clones don't look alike their original copy. Most Celebrities undergo surgeries to perfect their look, so clone will be uglier self. In the end, law will not permit.