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Every person has thought at least once in their life that it would be nice if there were no disease no crime no poverty andor for some other improvement in the Human condition Since everyone has dreamed of a better world it is fair to say that Humanity has a common dream While no two humans are exactly the same we are all of one race the human race and we all share the experience of life in an essentially identical carbon-based life-form structure We all work for continuing survival while in this structure and hope for a happy safe and good life for ourselves and for our loved ones Therefore everyone has a common desire for the best life attainable Utopia is the word used to denote the best life attainable Since each person has their own unique vision of Utopia the only universally agreeable description of Utopia is the ability for each person to live in their own vision of paradise Humanity should strive to obtain that ability Since humans consist of both a tangible physical state body and an intangible mental state mind the way to achieve Utopia is to find technologies and methods that fully satisfy both states of human existence With the right new knowledge Humanity can solve any problem and achieve any desired result History has shown that anytime humanity wants to learn how to do something such as land a man on the moon the answers can be found if money and resources are devoted to the cause Therefore we should be devoting more resources toward finding the knowledge that will allow each person to live as they desire Human DNA has been fully mapped and now it is just a matter of determining what each gene does so that we can manipulate the same to stop illness increase intelligence etc Princeton University scientists have already genetically enhanced
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