The Pros And Cons Of Genetic Engineering

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Genetic Engineering The world today has reached a crossroad, Scientists could play as God, or could stay away from it entirely. With Genetic engineering you could create a new super athlete that would make the balance in sports unfair. Humanity could also benefit from the potential to live longer. Imagine if one of the best physicists like Isaac Newton would have lived to the age of 120? What types of physics laws someone like his intelligence could have done for humanity? What could a genius like stephen Hawking could do while he is perfectly healthy? Genetic engineering is a new, but controversial frontier for humanity. By examining Genetic engineering, it is clear that this technology has the possibility to benefit humanity in many ways, such as increasing the average …show more content…

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