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Goodbye to sex?

Yesterday’s Daily Mail has an interesting piece by A N Wilson about the future of genetics and humanity. Wilson reviews a book “Like a Virgin” by a geneticist at Imperial College London in which the author argues that the future … Continue reading

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I’ve just finished reading Eugene Zamiatin’s “We”. The author began as a supporter of the Soviet Communist Party but rapidly became disenchanted with the Soviet Union. In “We” the writer portrays a society in which all individuality is quashed. People … Continue reading

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