Engineering Children via Genetic Screening


I have a business proposition for you.

Imagine you’re the parent of a 3-year-old, and confused about what to plan for your child.

You start looking around and see that many other children are learning English as their second language. So you start collecting English books. A lot of them.

But did you know? What if your child has no talent whatsoever in linguistic? You would be wasting a lot of time and money teaching your child.

Now, there is a solution: talent and aptitude recognition through genetic screening!


Each and every one of us is different - wait a minute! I think your author has said that more than a dozen times by now. With genetic testing, parents can better plan their children’s education and future.


You can profile your child’s genetic marker for different talents and aptitudes. Using this information you can better guide your child to choose the appropriate activities and career, instead of doing by trial and error.

However, there is a caveat to all this. We don’t live in a perfect world. The test is done in a controlled setting. It is not absolute. In the real world, all variables - such as time of birth, living condition, different teachers and mentors, luck, as well as other innate and learned skills - will be combined together to determine our each individual uniqueness. And if you’ve been following my writing, you should know that talents are usually scattered. It will depend on each individual to determine their own path. Even if we live in a perfect world, and every children develop exactly the same abilities, they would unlikely enjoy equal success because they would be playing a different game.

Fortunately, we can still work together and make a lot of money establishing this business. If you’re interested, call me!

Now that’s done. It’s my turn.

There is an old Chinese saying: to be blind is worse than being illiterate.

I’ve been teaching kids for a while. Sadly, not many parents are aware of what’s going on with their kids. I’ve been writing for a while. Unfortunately, not many parents read them. While literacy is sometimes an issue, I call that ignorance. Do you see the same pattern repeating over and over?

People generally do not listen. They are so used to systems that they can’t stand-up without it. To a point where they would keep struggling for life rather than gain freedom. I call that stupidity.

Some of my students are very competitive. Whenever I grade their papers they do not like mistakes. But the lesson that I’m trying to teach them is that making mistake is part of learning. And you will screw up one day in your life.

See? This is how you end being someone who graduates from a famous college but have no idea about what to do in life except slaving for money, and filling your life with lustful products and expensive vacations.

But, on a few rare occasions, there are individuals who are completely fed up. They are tired of slaving. They want to be different. They want to live their own life, not someone else’s. Is that you? What about your kids?

School is reverse engineering. We use the process of reverse engineering when we want to duplicate or copy something. If we want to engineer a human being the correct way, we have to do it from the ground up. We don’t pick-up things because it is part of a system. Instead, we each should learn different things because it is in our individual nature to do so. Remember, everyone is unique.


Determining talents and aptitudes via genetic screening is one solution. In fact, there are many solutions. I will not list you all of them because that would defeat the purpose of your learning. And I can’t provide you with a single absolute solution, because that would defeat the purpose of individuality.

True revolution starts from within the individual. And that revolt is different from parroting ideas around you. You may talk about change. But when? What are you waiting for? How long?

There are three kinds of people in this world:

  1. People who spend too much time doing and not enough time thinking what they should be doing.
  2. People who spend too much time thinking and not actually doing.
  3. People who think clearly, carefully, and act quickly.

Which one are you?