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A Comparison of Gattaca and Brave New World

Summary: Imagine a world in which sex is just fun and children are made in test tubes and petri dishes. This is the world of Gattaca. This is also the prophetic view of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. These "utopia" societies strive to make every man and woman the perfect size, IQ, social status.
Imagine a world in which all disease, human disabilities, and shortcomings could be taken out of existence through genetic predestination. Imagine a world in which sex is just fun and children are made in test tubes and petri dishes. This is the world of Gattaca. This is also the prophetic view of Aldous Huxley's Brave New World. These "utopia" societies strive to make every man and woman the perfect size, IQ, social status. As infants, the people of these worlds are given their fates. Some are created to be part of the "Elite" while others are made to be "Epsilons." While everything appears to be well, it is evident that no utopia society can ever survive and ultimately proves itself a dystopia or the "anti-utopia." Hence, it is obvious that no utopian society is possible. Greed, envy, sadness, and other feelings always...

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