Far-fetched ethical questions that are about to get real

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The following is an edited excerpt. 

As our technologies take us from the theoretical to the practical, a number of thorny moral quandaries remain unanswered. Here are just a few of the important unresolved ethical questions that are on the verge of becoming highly relevant:

  • Should people be allowed to clone themselves?
  • Is it okay to introduce non-human DNA in our genome?
  • Should parents be allowed to design their babies?

Read the full story here: These Unresolved Ethical Questions Are About to Get Real

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