superhero avatars: genetics & entertainment
Posted in the Entertainment Forum
#1 Jan 3, 2013
The Soviet Union experimented with using genetic cloning to breed semi-human semi-ape soldiers. When Hollywood (USA) began making movies about genetic cloning to reflect science trends, society critics began wondering what the scope of gene research could be.
The genetics-themed superhero Hollywood (USA) movie "X-Men" (2000), for example, explored the idea that genetic mutants could possibly work together or compete for dominion over medical research policies.
Religious pundits often ponder about what the nature of human improvement and species idealization really is. Should human beings use body enhancement medicines/drugs? Should scientists delve deeply into human replication? Are superhero avatars psychological symbols of species strength ambitions?
Perhaps superhuman avatars from the world of entertainment such as the Riddler and Magneto can work together to combine their intellectual and physical magnetism powers to create new visions of progressive leadership networking.
Are they printing movie posters on hemp/recycled paper yet?
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