Eugenics 2012: Genetically engineering babies a moral obligation?

Both eugenics and social Darwinism had their moments in their sun, the optimistic goal of progressive techno-elites 100 years ago who wanted to use science to make the world a better place. Sounds terrific, right?  Isn’t that what vaccines and genetically modified food do also?  Indeed, but vaccines and GMOs are for all people and not against some, the way eugenics was.  The experience of eugenics may be why so many progressives, the group that embraced and mandated and enforced it as social policy, are so anti-science today; they don’t trust science or themselves when science is under their control.

View the original article here: Eugenics 2012: Genetically Engineering Babies A Moral Obligation? – Science 2.0

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