Welcome to Genetic Pressure™, an open ended series of science fiction novels exploring the interaction of science and society, centered around Human Genetic Engineering (HuGE).

Talented Children


Talented Children continues the series exploring the childhoods of a genetically engineered boy and girl from ages zero to 15. Because they have extremely good health, looks and intelligence, they come into various conflicts with their parents and other children their age, often reaching the conclusion that Talents should just hang with each other. One Talent, Esther, trains as an ambassador to normal people, while another, Martin, seeks to relieve Talents from parental control and bullying. Both seek to build an ideal society. 


Read the first chapter and you’ll be ready for more.

An interview with Eugene Clark inspires this thought-provoking article published on BIGTHINK.com and written by Stephen Johnson.

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Eugene Clark is the pen name of a successful serial entrepreneur of an Internet Service Provider, a Digital Signage Company, and a Video Gaming Company. Clark is not a scientist but rather a futurist who makes predictions about the future based on observations of the present. He asks the questions, what does buying a designer baby even mean? What would a company that sold designer babies be like? What would life be like being a designer baby?

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