This human calamity is rare in the twenty-first century. At one time, it was the cause of millions of deaths and attributed to a curse or the displeasure from the gods.
This is one of the three examples the author gives of a once unmanageable, uncontrollable scourge to humankind that is now within man's ability to prevent or change.
For centuries, the world was ravaged by this condition and millions of people died. Science and modern medicine discovered the causes and cures and has eliminated such horrors as The Black Death.
This is the scientific name for the human species.
This is the process of merging the organic body with non-organic devices such as bionic hands and artificial eyes.
This is the practice of developing the human body to its fullest potential.
This theory was advanced by...
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