Debate and discussion of any biological questions not pertaining to a particular topic.
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Ok, i have a question that sort of cropped up from an argument that aroused around penetrating ones self in the anus...
If a body part (such as a penis or arm) was detatched, but not given or taken to/by anyone, does it still belong to the person it was detatched from, and is it not still alive for a short amount of time?
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I think that's a legal issue...are body parts transferrable? I think not.
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Alive? No - search past topics for this. And of course it still belongs to the person it was detached from unless given with free will.
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I am just trying to figure out how this topic was raised. Oops pardon the pun.
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mith wrote:I think that's a legal issue...are body parts transferrable? I think not.
What about organ transplants... Once you have a donors organ then it is yours...
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