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machines but clumsy, stiff, artificial hands put upon our hands-just as a mutilated creature might be given an artificial limb. But if you can grow whatever you want, why toil to make it of clumsy, dead material? That's our goal-to win back the freedom that we, the warm-blooded creatures, lost when we emerged from the reptile stage. We can already make quite good replacements of the lost parts of limbs. I see, too, that you've noticed we have recovered our fingers. That was one of our first distinct triumphs.'
" He stated his proposition very quietly, and the example he had given me in these charming seal creatures was certainly not alarming. Yet when I thought it over, a hundred odd questions came surging into my mind. My first effort to state my puzzlement was, perhaps, a little crude. `Do you really know what you're up to?' I asked him. `I mean, have you really found out what life wants to do and how to bring it to its goal?'
" He didn't seem to be surprised at my question; on the contrary, I think he was rather pleased. What he said was:
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" The next day we took a trail that led us to the other side of the crater. Not long after we had passed the lake, I saw a series of buildings on a spur. After a few more hundred yards of walking, it was clear this was not a village but a series of special houses. We were greeted at the door by the creature who evidently had this whole department in its

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