A Utopian Morgue
The Top Lives, The Bottom is Already Dead
"Linda was dying in company – in company and with all the modern conveniences. The air was continuously alive with gay synthetic melodies. At the foot of every bed, confronting its moribund occupant, was a television box" ..."'We try', explained the nurse, who had taken charge of the Savage at the door, 'we try to create a thoroughly pleasant atmosphere here – something between a first-class hotel and a feely-palace, if you take my meaning.'"
It's All a Facade
Perfection Falling Away
GMOs, The Key to Our World's Survival
Although there are non believers when it comes to genetically modified organisms, but they do not know key organisms that have been modified for years that have assisted our society in evolving past expectations. Our food sources have been slowly been modified not only over thousands of years, but with quicker processes have been taken to a new level of super food. On Common Ground's website, they have proven facts describing how GMOs are developed and specifically how they affect society. In an article about GMOs, they said "Every plant improved through the use of food biotechnology is examined by the FDA and EPA for potential health risks. Tests are done on plants before entering the food and animal feed supply. The World Health Organization (WHO) reports that current foods containing biotech ingredients have passed human health risk assessments." While not only showing that these foods are healthy, this proves that major food health organizations have proven that this innovative way of improving our food has nothing but positive effects on society. A study at the University of California, Santa Cruz has dove deeper into exactly what benefits this idea has to offer. Their recent study showed these projects yielded "Bigger yields to create more efficient use of land, less uses of herbicides and other pesticides", "Foods with better texture, flavor, and nutritional value", and "An essentially stable way to feed the world"
"Benefits of GM Food:." GMO. University of California, Santa Cruz, n.d. Web. 20 Apr. 2015.
"GMO Foods." Commonground GMO Foods Comments. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Apr. 2015.