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Society assumes genetically designed people rule society and genes determine an individuals opportunities and their future. Despite being genetically engineered, life might not turn out the way people expect. People who are genetically engineered do not always succeed to what they are expected, while the not so gifted "godchildren" may succeed with possessing defective qualities. There is no gene for fate as some succeed unexpectedly, while others do not live up to expectations. It is up to the individual to put up with the downfalls in life and overcome them to achieve their goals. To an…
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