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Transcript: Explanation This will affect our lives tremendously because, if our organs are cloned at birth, later in life, problems like a dysfunctional kidney will be easily solvable because you will have a perfect donor match: yourself. This will also prevent a lot of animals from being slaughtered because you can clone the harvested species instead of slaughtering animals over and over. The Positive Effects noun 1. Biology. a) a cell, cell product, or organism that is genetically identical to the unit or individual from which it was derived. b) a population of identical units, cells, or individuals that derive from the same ancestral line. -Through cloning ourselves, we are able to to be an organ donnor without lossing our organs for potential future needs -This is important because some people are suffering from cancers and other diseases, and in need of organ transplants, so this could potentially be a huge leap to improve the health of millions. Ethics -Any species can be healed and treated as needed through being donated organs from its healthy previously cloned organs. Endangered CLONING Critically endangered species can be cloned to keep the species alive. Effects on life Only few of each species are needed for agriculture because there may be a specific chicken who's DNA is perfect for laying the most elite eggs, so each ideal chicken for that task can be cloned millions of times so we are only eating eggs from the best chickens. Agriculture Ourselves

Brave New World

Transcript: Brave New World Born in 1894, Aldous was part of the famous Huxley Family English Nationality, died in the United States Utopia. an ideal place Welcome to London 2540. a perfect world. a world state. a place where MOTHER is a disgusting word Recreational sex is common, and a "regulation supply of contraceptives" is always available a place where giving birth is a thing of the past conditioning from creation to believe, or not believe certain things maintaining youth and good health, your entire life dying at the age of 60 without a wrinkle on your face where test tube males and females are created to PERFECTION ALPHAS BETAS GAMMAS DELTAS EPSILONS Every one works for every one else. We can’t do without any one. Even Epsilons are useful. We couldn’t do without Epsilons. Every one works for every one else. We can’t do without any one. . . . Everyone has a purpose. A task assigned, a job to do A Perfect World. Our main characters Bernard Marx Love sick Frustrated Jealous Human Lonely Insecure a critic "...Don't you wish you were free..." An Alpha Plus Bernard often notes how he is "different" He is embarrassed by his flaws in appearance Bernard's character changes drastically in the novel, and he comes to become the thing he criticizes so much J part savage part civilized John is brought to the civilized world from an Indian Reserve by Bernard Rejected by both the civilized world, and the savage world John, is alone John uses Shakespeare, an author long forgotten by the modern world, to express his emotions and criticize the new world John's naive optimism of the World State changes quite a bit closer to the end of the novel As John becomes more knowledgeable of the World State, his optimism changes to pessimism John's conflicting beliefs eventually lead him down a path nobody should ever have to travel down Should You Read It? ABSOLUTELY 1 of the greatest novels ever written Connects perfectly to the modern world we live in While a little difficult to tap into, once you do, it's really incredible Any Questions? - - - " - + + - " by aldous huxley OHN + + +

Brave new world

Transcript: Aldous Huxley Prospero alone seems to understand that controlling history enables one to control the present--that is, that one can control others by controlling how they understand the past. John The Savage & Lenina: "She's so High" Tal Bachman The process is applied to fertilized human eggs in vitro, causing them to split into identical genetic copies of the original. "Her eyes, her hair, her cheek, her gait, her voice; handest in thy disclosure O!" Brave New World This in comparison also shows the controll of society and how they view religion and traditional relationships. Bokanovsky Process First Class and Fancy Free She's high Society She's got the best of everything What could a guy like me Ever Really offer? She's perfect as she can be Why should I even bother? Equilibrium The Tempest In a Futuristic world, a strict regime has eliminated war by supressing emotions: books, art and music are strictly forbidden and feeling is a crime punishable by death. A man misses a dose of promium, a mind altering drug that hinders emotion. Artist: Christophe Delhaye Date Created: 2008 Description: Slogan of the 60's during the war of Vietnam. At first the art appears to be a Kalashnikov (rifle) associated with war, but at second glance it is made up of couples; associated with love. Henry Ford created a faster way to produce automobiles and revolutionized industrial production. Henry Ford Presented by Brittany Bailey Jenny Phan Sara Gift A fictional process of human cloning that is a key aspect of the world envisioned in Brave New World Make Love Not War 1863-1947 Society in the futuristic Brave New World, uses Ford as their "God" and demonstrates his ideas through mass production of human embryos and specifically organized life styles. Industrial Revolution & Mass Production The drug Soma, a mind altering drug, also suppresses emotion by creating a fantasy world of bliss.

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Transcript: "...if ever by some unlucky chance such a crevice of time should yawn in the solid substance of their distractions, there is always soma, delicious soma, half a gramme for a half-holiday, a gramme for a week-end, two grammes for a trip to the gorgeous East, three for a dark eternity on the moon; returning whence they find themselves on the other side of the crevice, safe on the solid ground of daily labour and distraction..." " the scandalous unorthodoxy of his sex-life, by his refusal to obey the teachings of Our Ford and behave out of office hours.." A big part of The Brave New Worlds society was based on sex and they believed if you just stayed with one person you were weird and you were supposed to have a lot of different partners. Today in our society sex is degraded by people around us and the media that it just seems like we are in the middle of the Savage reservation and The Brave New World. Our society is filled with consumerism everybody buys things they don't need. When apple comes out with a new product people in my society get it in a heart beat and forget about the old ones when there was nothing wrong with them and that goes for a lot of things: clothes, cars, tvs, etc. "Distraction from mortality and distraction from God are the historical starting points for this line of thought... we might foolishly imagine that the possession of the objects of our quest would make us really happy." " Imagine the folly of allowing people to play elaborate games which do nothing whatever to increase consumption. It's madness." "Obsessed by the exploitative nature of production, Marx tended to think of consumption strictly as an auxiliary process that accomplished two purposes; it circulated goods and replenished the laborers powers." Drugs in our society are almost as prevalent as they were in Brave New World. I see something about drugs everyday and a lot of people say its a good thing just like they explained soma in the book. There is a lot of drug use in our society today and it makes a lot of people think they are getting away from our distopia of a society.

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Transcript: Outcomes (Radio) Ipod, Phone, Computer Recession $13 Billion Debt Credit Cards ("Dorothy Provine and") (Hackett) Huxley, Aldous. Brave New World. Perennial Classics ed. New York: Harper Collins, 1998. Print. "Dorothy Provine and George Hamilton." Photograph. AP Images. Harold Matosian. 1962. Web. 21 Sep 2011. Hackett, Lewis. "Industrial Revolution."History World. N.p., 1992. Web. 21 Sep 2011. <>. Woiak, Joanne. "Designing a Brave New World: Eugenics, Politics and Fiction." Public Historian. 29.3 (2007): n. page. Web. 21 Sep. 2011. <>. Charlie Chaplin - Factory Worker. Dir. Charlie Chaplin. Perf. Charlie Chaplin, . United Artists, 1936. Film. <>. ("Esch") Industrialization "Happiness" Material possession Improvement Prosperity Present Consumerism "The world’s stable now. People are happy; they get what they want, and they never want what they can’t get." (Huxley) Citations: (R. Massey) Brave New World "Capital is money, capital is commodities. By virtue of it being value, it has acquired the occult ability to add value to itself. It brings forth living offspring, or, at the least, lays golden eggs." (Marx) Industrialization Roaring 20's Ford as God/Christ Mechanization Brian, Paul, Jenna, Monica, Nik Prohibition Billboards Stock Market Department stores Ford "Radio." Photograph. Paula Henderson. 1920. Web. 21 Sep 2011. <>. (radio photo)"Modern Times." Photograph. Roland Totheroh. 1936. Web. 21 Sep 2011. <>. (chaplin photo)"THE PROBLEM OF STABILITY in Huxley’s BRAVE NEW WORLD ." Photograph. Stacy Esch. Web. 21 Sep 2011. <>. Marx, Karl and Friedrich Engels. The Communist Manifesto. New York: Penguin, 2006. Marx-Engels Archive. Marxists Internet Archive, 1987. Web. 21 Sept. 2011. <> Lowell Women Railroads Robber Barons Population Revolution Labor Unions "Factory System" Consumerism Industrialization and Consumerism ("Modern Times") American Western “Everybody belongs to every one else- don’t they?” (Huxley) England Society and Culture Novelty (Charlie Chaplin)

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Transcript: In the World State, people are not born by mother, but cultivated in the conditioning center. All of them are not grow equally and are divided into different hierarchy when they are still embryos. They cannot choose the things they like and pursue their own dreams but are demanded to do specific jobs. They don’t have emotions since the world controller believe it’s dangerous to stability. To make people believe what they are supposed to do, they even use hypnopaedia. The humanity is unnecessary in this society since the center-controlled lifestyle. We want to say: Being human Chapter 2 They criticize today’s world also. •More intellectual and philosophical complaints•Wants to write something with meaning •“Words can be like X-rays, if you use them properly they’ll go through anything.” What do you think about the “happy” society in the book? Huxley’s Utopia They think what the way they live is comfortable and happy. It's called hypnopædia. And people should only feel and do what they should do on their class. Here is the song: Brave New World From Iron Maiden •No sense of individuality •They are disgusted by family, marriage and love •Unfair class system •The soma •Hemoltz Aldous Leonard Huxley Thank you very much for watching! Hope you like it! :) Chapter 4 The Pavlov's conditioning room locates in the infant nurseries, it is a torture room for the infants rather than say it is a laboratory for the conditioning experiment. They enforced the Delta babies to be afraid of the books and flowers by using the conditioned reflex method, which was making some frighten scenes like explosions, ringing bells and shriek of the siren when the babies were touching something with a happy mood, so that the infants won't get in touch with the books and flowers in their whole life. Delta Bernard and Hemoltz Alpha •Common Ground in their discontent with the world state •Both have “ a knowledge they [are] individuals” And what about clothes and style of all classes? •“Fertilizing Room” •The Process Bokanovsky’s Process Predetermined Conditioning Conveyor Belt Intellectual embryos •Bernard •The elevator operator is an Epsilon •When the gates open at the roof it’s a tease •He is so happy and wants to stay •Forced down •Shows the injustice of the world •In our world he would do all the meaningless tasks •Unorthodox beliefs about sexual relationships •Speaking with Lenina and sex makes him feel awkward How does Pavlov's conditioning work in Brave New World? Brave New World Epsilon •The characters are driven by their ID •They can chose to be happy and ignorant or miserable and aware Lenina Everyone is born equal ! Chapter 3 What are the major educational theories for this society? Epsilon Chapter 1 Outline Gamma Before we showed our last video of our presentation....... •World State: “Community, Identity, Stability” •Central London Hatchery and Conditioning Centre •Characters:othe DirectoroHenry FosteroGroup of students 5 •A beautiful vaccination worker •object of desire •She is liked by the reader for several reasons •Unorthodox behavior •A long term relationship with Foster •Attracted to Bernard—the misfit— •This represents dissatisfaction with the State --By amazing Group 5 Freud’s Pleasure Principle•“The tendency to seek pleasure and avoid pain.” Beta 2 Pleasure Principle in the World State 4

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