By Nicholas A
What is a human
Comparison to today's definition- Today there is no definition of legally human because the technology that would make you nonhuman doesn't exist. "I seriously doubt that there is such an all encompassing definition."- from http://community.lawyers.com/forums/p/112960/549838.aspx
Compared to the book- In the book a legal human is a person who has under 100 points in the point system. How the point system works is that everybody part gets a point value and if you get that body part replaced then you get that much points. So once you hit 100 points you can't get anything replaced. " One way is point values... Every body gets 100 points... But a heart that is worth 35 alone. Throw in lungs and kidney that 95 points."
Compared to cloning laws today- Laws about cloning do not exist because human cloning hasn't started. "When and if humans are ever cloned, i am sure it will be addresses at that time." "There is no such definition. And until cloning becomes an issue, there won't be one."- http://community.lawyers.com/forums/p/112960/549838.aspx
Human Cloning Today Video
Compared to today- There is no enforcing unit because there is no need.
Compared to the book- They have the F.S.E.B. which stand for The Federal Science Ethnics Board. To enforce laws the F.S.E.B. uses the point system. The point system is that everybody part has a value and if you get that part replaced you get that much points. Then everybody can get 100 points max if you go over 100 then you are illegal.
Compared to today- There is no laws for this topic so there is no punishment
Compared to the book- Instead of throwing the people in jail the F.S.E.B. just shuts down the lab.