-> We hold life to be sacred, but we also know the foundation of life consists in a stream of codes not so different from the successive frames of a watchvid. Why then cannot we cut one code short here, and start another there? Is life so fragile that it can withstand no tampering? Does the sacred brook no improvement?
-->-- '''Chairman Sheng-ji Yang - "Dynamics of Mind"''', ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''

-> Why do you insist that the human genetic code is "sacred" or "taboo"? It is a chemical process and nothing more. For that matter -we- are chemical processes and nothing more. If you deny yourself a useful tool simply because it reminds you uncomfortably of your mortality, you have uselessly and pointlessly crippled yourself.
-->-- '''Chairman Sheng-ji Yang - "Looking God in the Eye"''', ''SidMeiersAlphaCentauri''

->'''Mark 1''': ''The good news is, my clone was more powerful from creation than I am now. The bad news, '''my clone was more powerful--'''''
->'''Mike''': Blah blah blah! We heard this one already!
-->'''[[Tropers/StongRadd A page from Stong Radd's webcomic-to-be]]'''
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