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April 9, 2004 Newsletter

Genetic Crossroads
April 9th, 2004

"The critical ideological divide may be less right versus left than techno-skepticism versus techno-enthusiasm. Americans tend to embrace technology, but it is worth remembering that the history of technology is not one of allayed progress. It is also the history of what Edward Tenner has called 'the revenge of unintended consequences' When we ourselves become the objects of technological control, the stakes multiply dramatically."

- Carl Elliott, "Beyond Politics," Salon.com


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