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To what extent should the world be focused on producing ideal humans? Watch

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    Little Big Shots. Britain's Got Talent. American Ninja Warrior. People's Republic of China's The Brain. A young child who can play Flight of the Bumblebee.

    Most of us watching this content are envious and jealous at capable people who can do impressive things.

    Many parents, and also governments, want to produce people who can produce outstanding academic grades, can do many extracurricular activities, and be good at almost anything that can impress the rest of the world. An example is the Republic of Singapore which trains its students like they are going for the mathematics and science Olympics, and tuition centres are obssessed with rote learning and training children for examinations.

    To what extent should the world be focused on producing ideal humans? Humans that are strong in their knowledge of science and technology, can play two musical instruments, be good in every sport, and can ultimately reach perfection in character and potential?

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    I like the idea of producing superhumans
 
 
 
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