An issue of the MENSA bulletin found its way to my coffee table recently and there was an article that I was told I should read.
The article was on Intelligent Choice, meaning in the year 2019 there is a real possibility there could be a choice to have a baby "the old fashioned way" or you can elect to ensure your child is not retarded or if you wish has a Mensa-level or even higher intelligence defined beyond IQ - for example social intelligence or creativity.
The article's author has a position that intelligent choice should be allowed, and funded by both private and public sectors yet carefully regulated by government.
I obviously am personally effected by this. I am withholding a firm opinion until it comes to that choice, if it does. I do have many ideas and theories however...
Speaking of Aidan, I finally scanned all of the negatives i've had sorted for 3 or 4 months now. I have to edit 20 of them and send to publishers.
Wish me luck.
Sometimes there are gems you forget you took....
2007 self portrait, I got lucky;