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Human genetic engineering: Is there any reason why we shouldn't aim to improve ourselves genetically?

what are your views on this?

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    May 27 2012: Actually, you can think of it on the same terms as morality... it's very relative and there is no right opinion--arguably...
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      May 27 2012: I completely agree with everything you've said, the only I'd say that we know is morally right about it is to cure disease and potentially mutations, then everything else kind of enters the grey area of morality. Just on a side not in 1952 I think a Russian scientist was convinced beyond all belief that by 1970 odd we'd all be cyborgs, just fitting it in

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