Will Science Direct Human Evolution?

In the early 1980s, I remember listening to the song “2525” by the American rock-pop duo, Zager and Evans. To say the lyrics left me with the heebie-jeebies would be an understatement. I’d never before heard a song with such a foreboding message about the world. The lyric that stuck with me the most was about the year 6565, a distant time when people would choose their sons and daughters from the bottoms of long glass tubes. It sounded like something from an episode of the TV series, The Twilight Zone, but later I found out something eerily similar had already been done — in 1977. Even more…