TV General : Unnatural Selection

Unnatural Selection

This raises an important question. They demonstrate what can be done without the use of a multibillion dollar lab facility when it comes to gene therapy and treatment, even curing of certain diseases. The question of ethic is: many disease can indeed be cured, but should they? What price is paid for eradication of diseases and what price will society as a whole pay for the extension of life, especially in a world of overpopulation?

"Normal is an illusion. What is normal for the spider is chaos for the fly." Morticia Addams

Re: Unnatural Selection

Nature would fight back with something that would kill millions and not be curable.

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Re: Unnatural Selection

8.4 on IMDb. Wow.

Schrodinger's Cat walks into a bar, and doesn't. 😼