A certain powerful sports organization has developed a state-of-the-art cloning facility that is capable of creating the perfect football players. The organization uses advanced genetic techniques to ensure that the clones have the ideal combination of size, strength, speed, and agility.

They also program the clones with an intense passion for the game and an unwavering desire to win. The organization then fields a team made entirely of these clones, who quickly become the dominant force in professional football. However, as the team’s success grows, so too does the ethical debate surrounding the use of genetically engineered athletes.

Some argue that the clones are not truly “people” and therefore do not deserve the same rights and protections as non-cloned individuals. Others argue that the use of cloning to create athletes is a form of cheating and should be banned.

Author: Tim Ozman

Host of Infinite Plane Radio. Media deconstruction since 2017. As president of the Infinite Plane Society, he has been the project manager for a growing think tank comprised of like-minded individuals.

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