Ask and you shall receive, Delta. In the spirit of keeping this forum entertaining, here's another serious thread brought to you by the seriously serious artificial processed soy-based product. What is A Super Baby? I just made this phrase up, but a super baby is any human being that is not natural. With the development of the CRISPR DNA splicing technique, geneticists can now add and delete genes from human DNA. This means if a gene is known to cause a certain type of cancer, it can be replaced by a gene that does not. Similarly, desirable traits can be added, like eye color, height and other genetic traits. Last month, the U.K. Allowed the first testing of CRISPR on human embryos. The Question So my question to you fine folks is this: should super babies be allowed to participate in competitions with natural human beings? Imagine what the NFL will look like in the next 30-40 years. You might see players standing over 8-feet tall, weighing over 300 pounds of solid muscle. You might have natural humans unable to get into colleges because their brains can't compete with super babies. You might get passed over for a job because a super baby was smarter, stronger, and faster than you. Should discrimination against them be allowed? It's not their fault they are super babies, but their "super powers" make it impossible for natural humans to compete. This question also extends to other types of unnatural human modifications, like the brain implants that researchers are working on to improve memory, concentration, or intelligence. There are bionic humans today with mechanical arms and legs that give them super strength. What should we make of all this? Please discuss!