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Sustainable life for everyone forever thanks to science Jun 11, 2005
This is a clear exposition of what science has in store for humanity where all basic needs of all human beings are met by computers, robots, and nanotechnology. Let's celebrate science and technology for what it has enabled us to do. Internet, artificial intelligence, human cloning and robots are just the begining. Nanotechnology, macrobiology and sciences that still don't have a name are on their way. Science is the new religion and rightly so as our new belief system. A magnificient book, far ahead of our time.
Humanity's Most Exciting Phase Jul 12, 2004
OK OK people if you have read Senhor Ferreiras review above you can quickly dismiss it ! his review that is ! as it is poorly conceived and reads like a knee jerk reaction from someone who came to the book with a mountain full of chips ( and 'some' ill-informed facts ?!??!?!? MOLLY THE PHOTOGENIC SHEEP - Its Dolly you clown ! and as for photogenic, well whatever you're into !! maybe I haven't seen her work for Cosmo or Vogue but anyways I digress :) on his shoulder against the authors religious background which is not in question here ( this is a book on cloning ) nor can Senhor Ferreira beat his chest and proclaim loudly about Nazi overtones "HITLER IN A NUTSHELL" hmmmmmm can you point me to the part where Raël bombards us with his ideas for a master race to dominant others on this planet ????? huh ? no ? didn't think so because this book sure, is only about one race , the Human One, and whether you agree with it or not puts forward some fascinating ideas about science and our ability to use it.
Look at the future! Jan 26, 2003
This is just of many great books by Rael. Rael describes the future of humans on Earth and also confronts the negative people. Good work! Yes to human cloning is actually a wrong title. It should be "Yes to science".
An Attack to Humanity Jan 5, 2003
The very things that makes us what we are, Humans, is completely and utterly attacked by this work. "Hitler in a Nutshell" could very well be the name for this book. Our singularities, frailties, our physicalities, emotions, make each of us what we are. All of the propositions put forward by the Author to why cloning is a feasible science are card castles quickly blown away by the winds of true science... The most successful cloning to date, the photogenic sheep Molly, suffers from a range of illnesses, how do they dare to tackle the human genome with such flanboyant attitudes?
This book will serve the purposes of those trying to get a glimpse of the Raelian political agenda, but will serve none to the science informed that there is meaningfull purpose with experimenting with human cloning.
Another step forward to an ill guided sect, another step back to humanity...