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Genetic Engineering and its Future Impacts on Society Genetic Engineering the process of editing the genetic structure of a living organism is most likely the most power science in existence With this technology one can literally create life change life and formulate life to service the creator Genetic Engineering is the most useful powerful and interesting science in existence today With it we can bring upon an evolution of our species which we decide eliminate genetic defects cure disease and solve problems with extinct species When it comes to using this Technology to advance ourselves there are some arguments and reservations certain people and groups have First and most important some believe it is unethical to modify life Changing life to service us is not morally wrong It is not inhuman either Of course if you believe using animals for scientific research is morally wrong thats your belief I am stating that genetically enhancing them to be better research specimens is not unethical My reason behind this is that we dont just do research in order to infect and kill off the mice we do it so one day we will have a cure for cancer and can save hundreds of thousands of human lives Of course if you value the life of a mouse over a human then you would see differently Some fear that this science is too powerful granted we shouldnt let just anyone be able to modify bacteria or the human genome but we shouldnt let our fears blind us to the possible benefits of wide-scale genetic engineering Medical uses for this technology are virtually endless With genetics we can filter out any genetic defect no more down-syndrome mal-deformed limbs hereditary cancer or any other hereditary diseases With Genetics we can also re-engineer virus to kill other virus and bacteria Imagine curing a disease with another that was tweaked by geneticists Also mental diseases which
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