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Prodigy

Prodigy

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Edward Mullen By EdwardMullen Completed

The greatest tragedy the world has ever known turned out to be the ultimate catalyst for change. In the wake of World War III, which decimated most of the world’s population, the remaining survivors vowed to not continue to repeat the same mistakes of the past. Fortunately, they had something previous generations did not have – advanced technology.

The year is 2117 and this once shattered civilization has become prosperous again. Innovative forms of technology have enabled them to abandon the old model and re-engineer a better way of living for all. Brain implants and genetic modifications have made an entire population educated, healthy, and kind.

Despite the benefits of this technology, it has created some unforeseen side effects that threaten humankind’s existence. When technology proves to be inept at solving the world’s problem, a new hope emerges in the unlikeliest form – a young orphan girl.

For me, this is better. Though there are many disadvantages and flaws and many negative effects just think what kind of world we'll have. There benefits too. But then again, such thing us impossible. Maybe after a thousands of years. That is if humans are still alive.
Nice
                              Early incorporation of this idea into the storyline makes me go 'Hmmm'.
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this new world sounds cool
                              but there's gonna be a catch
                              there's always a catch
maximum4mayor maximum4mayor Dec 19, 2016
First of all that sounds boring and second of all, I like culture! Colors and songs and foods! No culture means no Christmas or Cinco de Mayo!
America needs this, we may have great logical education, but we are lacking in most everything else.
this new world sounds cool
                              but there's gonna be a catch
                              there's always a catch