<blockquote><b>Quoting Fat-and-Happy:</b>" Well, I just think it is kind of similar. It is a book about how all babies are grown in a factory and only the savages that live in the forest procreate the natural way."</blockquote>
Definitely think you're thinking of the wrong big government dystopian novel.
I think it's pretty damn cool. As someone who was forced to stop having children naturally I'm always excited when I see these kinds of "progress". I was super excited when I saw the uterus transplants that's been happening (it wouldn't be an ideal, though, as I'd have to go through another hysterectomy). 2030 isn't that far away, I'll be in my early 40's when the prototype comes out, perhaps still even be young enough to utilize the technology.
I have a feeling it would never amount to real gestation. Something along the lines of breastfeeding and formula, where it would be wonderful for somebody who can't carry a child but is definitely worse than letting everything take its natural course.
<blockquote><b>Quoting ag iompar clainne (18w):</b>" <blockquote><b>Quoting Fat-and-Happy:</b>" Well, I just think it is kind of similar. ... [snip!] ... procreate the natural way."</blockquote> Definitely think you're thinking of the wrong big government dystopian novel."</blockquote>
I guess so... I could have sworn it was 1984 that we read in my Senior English class. That was a long time ago.
Quoting Emmiboo:" It's a great idea for people who can't carry a pregnancy to term or for Dad's who want their baby but ... [snip!] ... then the intense longing to have a baby, grown in any womb is enough to compensate for missing the pregnancy experience."