Human Procreation

After the first successful creation of a human clone that wasn’t evil, Barry Paxfeld, in 2249 (Gregorian calendar), eugenics-based systems quickly became the primary form of all plant and animal species production on the Earth.

While the widespread use of eugenic engineering and cloning systems has led to an increase in the dynamism of the species, natural procreation continues to provide a minute segment of the human population. Even if an unwanted characteristic is borne in such an offspring, bionic and biochemical engineering can correct any errors postnatal.

Such successful commercial eugenics providers as Unfubar Internazionale and GenetiTrends, LLC, have breathed fresh life into the long diminished capacity of human physiology.

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