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To Play or Not to Play God By Carly Pitney It is now the twenty-first century and humanity has come a long way from Galileos telescope and Newtons Law of Gravity We have made enormous leaps and bounds in scientific fields especially genetics We have split the atom discovered the gene that causes leprosy cloned animals created a real cowboy a half human half cow foetus and are now on the verge of improving the average human by completely redesigning it into whatever we want Perhaps we should start with a simple definition genetics is a specialized field of science that incorporates long words with sterile tools and most importantly DNA Now that scientists around the world have studied and mastered the art of genetics we as a race have been able to accomplish amazing feats thought only to be in the capability of God We have created a sheep that looks exactly like another sheep through a confusing process known simply as cloning we have grown human ears on mice but unfortunately found no improvement in their hearing and most recently we have provided a religious group centred around an ex-race car driver the ability to create a human baby that looks just like another human baby As far as we can tell it only has two ears but can hear perfectly Recently developments in genetics have centred on the creation of a perfect person We could actually make ourselves a modern day Renaissance Man like the ones from - well from the Renaissance Piece by piece we could put together a well-rounded possibly intelligent human being that would match Da Vincis anatomical drawings to a T or more precisely to an eye Humanity of course would be astounded by the outcome We would create a Martin Luther a Galileo hell why not a Jesus And we would be awed by our own creation
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