Maybe so, but it seems a silly way to run a production line. If the intended purpose was just to harvest organs I doubt the clones would have been released into society in the first place. More likely you'd have a setup like The Island.
organ production were the intended purpose.
(Try to actually pay attention to what i'm writing, sojourner, because you're only confusing yourself.)
I only offered the organ scheme as a way to defend the patent imprinted in the clones' DNA without presenting the actual clone in court, which - for the third time - is the only question I'm trying to answer. I don't know if mass producing replacement organs is the ultimate goal. Nobody will know what the ultimate goal is until the writers decide to tell us.
Yes, I HAVE
been paying attention. You've just made a circular argument.
If the only way to defend the patent is to serendipitously get an organ into court without introducing the clone it came from you STILL
end up with an unenforceable patent because your only source of further organs is illegal. It's baseless and futile.
And the best part is, now you've committed murder along with illegal cloning, adding another charge if your scheme is ever found out.
(Try to pay attention to the big picture, your only confusing yourself)