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The quote in the book Double Helix that is very meaningful is on page 54 in chapters 6-10 The quote is Were living in the most exciting period of human history Incredible control Incredible power over our own destiny is almost within our grasp Theres a wonderful world ahead-new mysteries unlock to our eyes every day God created So what We are going to be able to do that too And eventually- it will all take time- well do a manbetter job at it Theres just so much wrong disease suffering There so much wrong Eli Theres so much human pain and anguish in the world that I believe neednt happen at all This happened when Doctor Quincy Wyatt was having dinner with Eli after graduation at an Italian bistro Dr Wyatt invited him to go there as a celebration due to Eli finishing high school They discuss what the human soul really is and what it does Wyatt then describes what period of time humans are in as a species and all the possibilitiesThis quote means that humans are on the brink of being able to create life We as species are starting to understand the parts into making humans and playing god Dr Wyatt thinks that we can as a species do a better job than god himself He explains that our species could find ways to create more humans using genetics and DNA to construct a human having no flaws nor disease Elie thinks to himself Do a better job than god He also thinks that Wyatt is starting to act crazy with the potential to do this We can not play god Eli thinksI think this quote propels the action of the story for the reader because it reveals that genetically creating humans in this book is already being displayed I predict that Eli will not get diagnosed with Huntingtons Disease After he learns about the news Dr Wyatt and
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