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Enough by Bill McKibben
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Feb 12, 2009

it was amazing
Read in August, 2005

McKibbem explores the frontiers of genetic engineering, nanotechnolgoy, etc., and identifies some watershed issues that progress is creating. He raises important (and scary) questions about where technolgoy is taking us and what it means to be human, and whether we risk losing that if technology takes us too far -- perhaps where we never intended to go. It's a look at current Frankensteins -- the unintended and irreversible consequences of technology. I wish I'd had a discussion group for this book.
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