Perhaps a more accurate vision of future womb technology is not the baby in the bag, or the jar on the shelf, but a spinning chamber, its apertures a metal honeycomb of human embryos perfectly calibrated to revolve around some unheard, vital rhythm. Perhaps the questions we ask are not so hypothetical, after all; perhaps we delude ourselves by thinking that our reproductive future holds divergent paths: one of flesh, one of steel. Perhaps there is no “if”; there is only “when.”

~ Leah Hazard, Womb: The Inside Story of Where We All Began

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