Wednesday, January 02, 2008

CLONES SIMILAR to THE ORIGINAL?


In 1978, Ira Levin wrote the fiction's work: The Boys from Brazil, an advanced novel for their time, whereby the Nazi doctor Josef Mengele, produces 94 clones of Adolf Hitler, shortly before his death, in the hope to keep him alive. Now the American identical twins: Elyse Schein and Paula Bernstein has just reunited after 35 years of having been physically and geographically separated, as part of an experiment consented by their adoptive parents. Elyse who lived in Europe, looks younger, more cool, more sophisticated than Paula that remained in USA. They are different not only physically but also mentally, showing the impact of different cultural/natural environments over any biological thinking.
Returning to Hitler, s clones, when all of these had 13 years old, Mengele ordered murdering his 94 fathers (physically similar to Hitler's father), in order to reproduce the environment near family Hitler. Now, the question continues: if we recreate very closely family/cultural conditions that surrounded the original, may we obtain identical (clones), biological and mental copies to the original? The work of Levin suggested that it is possible. For us, the possibility is nil. The biology only promotes diversity, because cloning is contrary to sustained life. Once a clone, as soon the nature tends to diversify it, because the diversity means extended capacity to be adapted to extremely changing natural scenarios.
CLONES DE BRASIL
En 1978, Ira Levin, escribió la obra de ficción :The Boys from Brazil, una novela avanzada para su época, según la cual el médico nazi Josef Mengele, elabora 94 clones de Adolf Hitler, poco antes que este muera, con la esperanza de mantenerlo vivo. Ahora las gemelas americanas idénticas : Elyse Schein y Paula Bernstein se acaban de reencontrar después de 35 anos de haber estado separadas fisica y geograficamente, como parte de un experimento consentido por sus padres adoptivos. Elyse que vivió en Europa, luce mas joven, mas cool, mas sofisticada que Paula que radica en USA. Son diferentes no solo fisica, sino tambien mentalmente, indicando la potencia del medio ambiente cultural/natural, para diferenciar cualquier ente biologico pensante o, no.
Volviendo a los clones de Hitler, cuando estos tenian 13 años de edad, Mengele ordena asesinar a sus 94 padres (fisicamente parecidos al padre de Hitler), a objeto de reproducir el medio ambiente cercano familiar de Hitler. La pregunta continua : si se recrean las condiciones familiares/culturales de los originales, se podran obtener clones identicos, biologica y mentalmente al original? La obra de Levin, sugiere que si. Para nosotros, la posibilidad es nula. La biología solo promueve la diversificacion, porque la clonacion es contraria a la evolución. Tan pronto se tiene un clon, tan pronto la naturaleza tiende a diversificarlo, porque esta ultima significa capacidad de adaptacion a escenarios naturales, extremadamente cambiantes.

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