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Sci-Fi’s Difficult Genius
The New Yorker
Gene Wolfe is known as the Melville of science-fiction. Why hasn’t he found a wider audience? He recently told MIT Technology Review that, after the war, his wife Rosemary “saved” him.
Who’s Afraid Of Superhumanity?
In a phenomenal recent piece by MIT Technology Review, germ-line engineering was introduced with this quote: “The fear is that germ-line engineering is a path toward a dystopia of superpeople and designer babies for those who can afford it.”
Scientists Urge Temporary Moratorium On Human Genome Edits
NPR: All Things Considered
In the last week or so, there’s been a flurry of statements from several groups of scientists warning about all this. MIT Technology Review had an in-depth report on the whole issue a couple of weeks back, if you want to learn more.
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