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all known diseases Also special treatments are performed to aid in the mental growth or standstill of the individual after birth according to their future occupation The first of a batch of two hundred and fifty embryonic rocket-plane engineers was just passing the eleven hundredth metre mark on Rack 3 A special mechanism kept their containers in constant rotation To improve their sense of balance Mr Foster explained Doing repairs on the outside of a rocket in mid air is a ticklish job We slacken off the circulation when theyre right way up so that theyre half starved and double the flow of surrogate when theyre upside down They learn to associate topsy- turvydom with well being in fact theyre only truly happy when theyre standing on their heads 32 All two hundred and fifty beings will be the same - they will look alike talk alike act alike have the same job and generally be the same people inside different media One never knows which is which After birth all children are mentally conditioned to think and act with the same motives Through hypnopaedia all of the basic rules of the society are learned by the children and they learn to repeat and obide by these rules There are no chances for anyone to develop any differences Or if they do they are exiled so that they cannot influence those around them Nothing changes including the government and the lifestyle of the inhabitants Last and most importantly the Bokanovsky method of reproducing causes great numbers of genetically identical human beings up to 96 at a time from a single egg alone As well the same ovary can be used to produce over seventeen thousand individuals with the same basic genetic background Everyone is
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