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Dan | 3 comments No one really has the guts to say it, but if we could make better human beings by knowing how to add genes, why shouldn't we?
---- James Watson, Co-discoverer of the structure of DNA

My new novel, 2031: The Singularity Pogrom, takes Watson's idea and raises the ante. Why not integrate artificial and human intelligence in these "better human beings"? Would the result continue to be human or perhaps something beyond our understanding?

Welcome to the violent world of 2031.

2031 has just launched on Amazon and other sites, and I would appreciate your support. If you enjoy the novel, please post a review on Amazon. FYI, Goodreads is running a 2031 giveaway.

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