Now we have technology where we can modify the genomics of individuals by gene transfer and genetic meddling, we may find that people will want to modify their children, enhance their intelligence, their strength and their beauty and all the other so-called desirable characteristics.

- Robert Winston

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Теперь у нас есть технология, где мы можем модифицировать геномику людей путем переноса генов и генетического вмешательства, мы можем обнаружить, что люди захотят изменить своих детей, повысить их интеллект, их силу и красоту и все остальные так называемые желательные характеристики. (Перевод от google)


Теперь у нас есть технологии, где мы можем изменить геномики физических лиц путем передачи генов и генетические вмешательства, мы можем обнаружить, что люди хотят изменить своих детей, повысить их интеллект, их сила и красота, а все остальные так называемые желательные характеристики. (Перевод от яндекс)

Внимание! Так как перевод механический, он может содержать ошибки. Только для ознакомления, как помощь в общем понимании фразы.

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“ Childhood depression tends to be more common in inner cities, being most frequently related to serious social deprivation, bullying, domestic violence, wartime experience and famine. It is, for example, a serious problem among children who are traumatised refugees. ”


“ I used to work for the World Health Organisation in poor countries all over the world - Bangladesh, Korea, the Philippines and India. You learn a whole range of things about how other people are living and try to connect with them to gain an understanding of where they're coming from. ”


“ My first vote was for a communist in east London when I was a medical student. But I've voted Tory, Labour and Lib Dem in my time. ”


“ I did not study science at school until I was 13, when I was totally turned on by a seemingly dreary old teacher who suddenly, unannounced, manufactured a huge explosion in the middle of a totally boring monologue. From then on, all of his class wanted to make explosions. ”