Scientific Advancements In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World

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Aldous Huxley wrote Brave new world 84 years ago. Huxley’s idea of later society and scientific advancements are close, to spot on to our present world. Along with the science, we also share an alarming rate of electronic use, as the people in the novel did. As each day goes on we approach closer and closer to becoming a Brave New World our self. Throughout the book you will notice it mentions much about mass production of people. As
Huxley wrote, “making ninety-six human beings grow where only one grew before.” (Huxley 6) “one by one the eggs were transferred from their test-tubes to the larger containers; deftly the peritoneal lining was slit, the morula dropped into place, the saline solution poured in… and already the bottle had passed.”

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