Genetic engineering often gets a bad rap with changing the natural evolutionary cycle, but it could, with proper guidance, improve almost every aspect of daily life. Advances in the Biotech Revolution have made many things that we had merely considered to be science fiction or a thing of dreams are now possible.The fact of the matter is that genetic engineering is applicable to everyday life while still being ethical and inline with people’s morals.
As the testing of genetic engineering furthers on animals, the testing will eventually go onto humans. One of the major subjects of discussion is "Designer-Babies". These are babies that have genetically designed almost from scratch. This will allow parents to have their children be born with more capabilities than others. These ideas derive from Danielle Simmons, a Ph.d and genius in the field of Genetic engineering. Those ideas present a very real possibility for where things may go with genetic engineering. It is not unlikely at all for babies to start getting genetically engineered to fit what the parents would like their child to be like. It is entirely likely that this will become a large market with people all over the world having …show more content…
The risk is that it could complicate many things with curing disease, but on the flip side of it, it could be very useful for those who are prone to diseases. This was a paraphrase of the writing of Danielle Simmons. Genetic engineering can present both a great boon and possible danger to the human race. Many diseases that come around when people are adults ar incurable. This is a problem but none the less can help people deal with it it they learn about it earlier. Though this may not have as much to do with Genetic Engineering but it has a very important physiological values. Another paraphrase of Danielle Simmons helping to explain the fact of adult onset