A Brave New World by Aldous Huxley

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How humans are getting cloned for having diseases, how women were having sex with so many men without them being known as tramps, how people walk the earth with no regrets but now people live and regret.

In 1931, people was getting cloned for having diseases, but as time changed its illegal now diseases can be cured. But for the fact being in the future and in the past time has changed and many differences were made. In his Dystopian Society Huxley portrays masses of niches where the government produces clones for specific reasons. Huxley decides throughout Brave New World that cloning humans is unethical. He then becomes in contact with the society’s most powerful Alphas and Betas clones. Huxley suggest in BNW that lower class groups in cloning humans to act like servants to terrorize them into working hard conditions. Cloning is becoming more and more prominent in today’s society. Scientists are beginning to clone animals for use in experiments and for other uses, including medical advancement. In fact, researchers now talk about the effects cloning could have on the eliminations of certain diseases in human beings. Although Aldous became more obsessed in humanism he wanted to experience spiritual religion based on writing BNW on what the future may turn out to be years from now. However the book is mostly made up of science fiction people still today believe that the world…

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