What is Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity audiobook about?
In Hacking Darwin audiobook, the author discusses that genetics expands phenomenal and shocking possibilities for human civilisation. Humankind begins evolving as per new norms following 3.8 billion years. Hacking Darwin explores the numerous ways genetic manipulation is altering the fundamental basis of our life.
In Hacking Darwin audiobook, the author explains that People may have wished to be smarter or taller, but the circumstances of birth prevented them from doing so. People are just what nature had created them to be, for better or worse. As not all their innate abilities are acknowledged, they might not realise what they can succeed at. Future generations, on the other hand, are unlikely to face such ambiguity and confusion. Indeed, breakthroughs in genetics are throwing up possibilities that have never seen before in human history. Parents would be able to decide not only their child’s gender and eye colour, but also his/her physical, emotional, and intellectual abilities! As a result, Humanity would be challenged with huge ethical issues that may put into account society’s principles.
In Hacking Darwin audiobook free, the DNA has become as readable, programmable, and configurable as the information system at the outset of the genomics revolution. However, when mankind begins to rewrite its genetic sequence, the decisions they make would determine whether humans achieve astounding improvements in their well-being or fall into a hazardous and ultimately catastrophic genetic armed conflict.
In Hacking Darwin audiobook free, the author inspires people to imagine a future in which their fundamental values, morality, faiths, and ideologies will be tested in ways never seen before.
Who is the author of Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity audiobook?
Jamie Metzl wrote Hacking Darwin audiobook.
Jamie Frederic Metzl was born on the 1st of July 1968, in New York City. He is a geopolitical pundit and writer from the United States. At Atlantic Council, he is a senior member. He was also the former partner of the global investment firm Cranemere LLC. Metzl is the writer of five works, including both fiction and non-fiction. He campaigned for the Democratic candidacy for Missouri’s 5th Congressional District against Emanuel Cleaver, former mayor of Kansas City, but lost.
Metzl went to The Barstow School in Kansas City, Missouri. He graduated from of Brown University. Metzl did his J.D. from Harvard Law School. He studied Asian history and completed his PhD from Oxford University in 1994.
Metzl has appeared on BBC, Bloomberg, Fox News Channel, and CNN among other sources in the United States and abroad. He wrote a book about Southeast Asian civil rights as well as the book The Depths of the Sea. His work has appeared in journals such as The New York Times and Foreign Affairs, among others.
Who is the narrator of Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity audiobook?
The narrator of Hacking Darwin audiobook is Eric Jason Martin. Other audiobooks that Eric Jason Martin has also narrated are The Bible For Dummies, China and the World, and The Dutch Wife.
What is the length of Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity audiobook?
The length of Hacking Darwin audiobook is 11 hours.
When was Hacking Darwin: Genetic Engineering and the Future of Humanity audiobook published?
HighBridge Audio published Hacking Darwin audiobook on 04/23/2019.