by Joseph A. D'Agostino
April 1, 2007
LifeNews.com Note: Joseph A. D'Agostino is the outgoing Vice President for Communications at the Population Research Institute.
For a number of years now, a great deal of discussion has taken place among scientists and in the popular media about the genetic engineering of children. Will it soon be possible, for prices widely affordable at least to the upper-middle class, to guarantee that children have a high IQ, or excellent athletic ability, or be over 6 feet tall, or have blond hair and blue eyes?