Synthetic Genetics 2150AD: Sickness And Death Will Be Gone And So Will The Human Mind.. By Hank Curci, SCIFI Author


SAVING THE HUMAN IDENTITY:

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STORY SYNOPSIS

EXTINCTION OF THE HUMAN RACE

HANK CURCI popular SCIFI author, takes us to the future of Planet Earth, the extinction of the human being and the future of the universe.

Hank shows in his “Roman Honeymoon, Circa 3000AD” http://goo.gl/D6LQfH short story, that early in the development of intelligent beings such as humans, synthetic genetics gets invented to replace worn out natural organs in an attempt to improve the quality and longevity of life.

This artificial DNA continues until all natural human beings are replaced by long-lasting computer generated bodies thus leading to self-induced extinction.

Life is now prolonged indefinitely and words like sickness and death have been lost and are unknown.

What has also been lost is the once human identity.

The awareness of self the “Who Am I” question no longer exist.

The human race is now gone replaced by highly intelligent synthetic life forms with the inability to ask WHO AM I and with no thoughts even in that direction…they just exist.

In Hank Curci’s short story

“ROMAN HONEYMOON,CIRCA 3000AD”

http://goo.gl/D6LQfH

Hank has a 23-year-old Ancient Roman honeymooning couple Circa 79AD sent to the year 3000AD by time machine malfunction, three thousand years in to their future.

These are the first human beings that has ever been seen in over 700 years by any living life form.

The young Roman couple teaches them to be human and they design an electronic chip which puts back the individual identity.

The WHO AM I is now part of their makeup.

They go on to become a great intellectual and artistic society with art, music and science.

END STORY SYNOPSIS

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END TRANSMISSION FROM

TIME WARP CONTINUUM, CIRCA 3000AD

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