Image via WikipediaPreviously I have argued that, under a strict darwinian view of life, cancer can be considered neither good nor bad -- it just is. Since there is no intention behind biological lifeforms, no purpose, no real functions, there can be no aberrations. Cancerous cells are just darwinian nature doing its thing, no better or worse than non-cancerous replication.
Little did I know darwinists would see my 10 and raise me 20. They're suggesting cancerous cells should be considered a form of speciation.
Well, I gotta ask. If cancer can be a species, does cancer have "rights"?
And that's the way the Ball bounces.