Cloning a human being is a terrifying prospect, from a moral perspective, and seems inevitable.
The question she leaves unaddressed is why scientists would choose, despite the absence of evidence, despite the fact that the multiverse is “unobservable by assumption,” to believe in a multiverse.
Further requirements could be listed, including some even more horrific than cloning.
Tour is not one for mincing words: “The people who might disagree with me are biologists because they’ve never made anything.”
Dr. Egnor gently points out that Dr. Ali has stumbled in understanding both what abstract thought means and what happens in certain rare cases of seizure.