Wow. I would be less surprised if you said, "are you telling me that the world isn't flat?" Yes Savant, "law" is arguable. The great cloning debate does not boil down to "law." "Law" has to be interpreted and applied in every legal case, sometimes easy, sometimes not. (What laws apply? Were the laws broken? Who broke them? How do we punish them? Is the law legal?) This is done by "arguing." The arguing is done by plaintiffs, defendents, LAWYERS, prosecutors, etc. The arguing is done in front of judges, jurors, etc. Then, the judges and jurors give their OPINIONS and the case is decided. From there, a case may be appealed where the arguing starts all over. This can go on for years and those paid to professionally argue (LAWYERS) make fortunes in the process. "Law" does not establish a razor thin line that divides right from wrong.