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Subject: Re: On "real" photography vs collage
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Imagine if a couple goes to a doctor one day and with a nice genetic 
engineering machine they design the perfect baby by modifying the DNA of 
their egg cell and sperm, the way they want it to look and be. 
And on the computer screen, in a photorealistic simulation, they see how 
this person will look like when it's 1, 5, 10, 20 ... years old.
Alfred Molon

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