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Date: Wed, 01 Nov 2017 19:09:30 -0400
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In article<>, Alfred Molon<> wrote:

> 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.

that's not as far off as you might think.