Tuesday, December 21, 2004


I changed the comments to Haloscan so now commenters can sign their names (or pseudonyms, as the case may be). I couldn't figure out how to preserve the old comments through the change in system, so they are now unfortunately hidden (though not deleted, according to Blogger).


Anonymous Anonymous said...

well, something isn't working, I keep getting presented with a blogger.com log-in. 

Posted by thomasn528

1/18/2005 05:27:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

(...for your old reproductive cloning post.) I'll try again here:

I think you give the safety argument too brief a treatment; it's not just a technical argument, it winds up being a moral one as well, I think.* That's because I think it's true a priori that safety can not be established without bringing reproductively cloned individuals to term and observing them through their lifetimes. That, however, is human experimentation without consent, which is anathema. Since safety therefore cannot be established without recourse to immoral means, the whole project should be canceled in advance.

* See also this post, or search for 'reproductive cloning' from my home page.  

Posted by thomasn528

1/18/2005 05:31:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hm, this problem with the commenting has come up before. You don't actually have to sign in, because this commenting is a hack that sits on top of Blogger's comment system. So just post as anonymous. I'm going to re-post your comment under the reproductive cloning post and respond to it there. 

Posted by Andrew

1/18/2005 08:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay, problem solved. For some reason, comments were barred on that post; I've changed that and posted your comment there, and responded to it. Thanks for alerting me to this! 

Posted by Andrew

1/18/2005 11:27:00 PM  
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