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Are Humans The Next GMO? University Says “Yes” And We Must Embrace Our Coming Post-Human Evolution

For humans, the technology behind harnessing CRISPR could empower us to alter our own genetic code. With this power, as the saying goes, comes great responsibility. And with this power comes great risk. The debate on human genetic modification, which assuredly will arise as CRISPR advances, will carry more weight than debates about genetically modified crops. Already people squirm at the notion of creating something that did not naturally occur. That said, the word “natural” has no simple definition in the context of evolution and human-modified organisms, which includes our domestication of useful animals and plants over the millennia. We should embrace human genetic modification, remaining wary of the risks but maintaining optimism. There is a slippery slope from curing cancer to creating a race of unrecognizably altered humans, but a slippery slope is also a fallacy. Pushback, in certain cases, will be necessary and promote healthy debate. But we should keep in mind all the good that this technology can do for humanity. We can control the fate of humanity with CRISPR, and we should take advantage of this opportunity to do so, remaining wary every step of the way. Although this technology presents risks, the rewards are simply too great to forgo it. (READ MORE)


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