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The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement

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Tom

"I began to see my disability not as a disability but as an opportunity for human enhancement"... awesome

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Olivia

I had seen the Ted Talk with Sue Austin deep sea scuba diving in a wheel chair (mesmerizingly beautiful) so was intrigued to see this film. What I didn't expect was to be thrilled with so many empowered people with disabilities, really calling on society to be more accepting, to find real ...Read more

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The variety of perspectives

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