Giri gmadras at ENGR.UCDAVIS.EDU
Mon Mar 10 11:40:17 CST 1997

On Mon, 10 Mar 1997, Gummuluru Murthy wrote:

> > me. I may not even care to identify with my book (but that is another issue
> > altogether :-)). I fail to see how there can be any attachment to the copy,
> > which rules out any karmic consequences.
> > Srinivas Sista.

> Any "action", good or bad, has a consequence of karma attached to it.
> That has to be faced without exception. Karma is like entropy.
> Regards
> Gummuluru Murthy

        I thought Vidya had answered this question [of karma] in his
informative e-mail. As he said, a person desiring to clone himself is
making a conscious decision similar to that of having a child. One is
responsible for the actions of the clone as much as one is responsible
for the action of one's children.
        Thinking about it, the decision to clone himself/herself is very
similar to that of having a child except that a partner need not involved
be involved in the process.


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