My Grandchild Essay

760 words - 3 pages

The Life Of My Grandson

April 10th 2034
Kylie Williamson (maiden name: Degenhardt) gives birth to Jonathon Williamson 4 months premature in Brooklyn Women's Hospital. The baby dies within 6 minutes of birth, but due to new cloning technology the baby's DNA is copied, split and placed in 2 artificial wombs. (One of these is a backup if one body is destroyed)
May 15th 2034
Horace Williamson divorces Kylie after arguments over the cloning of Jonathon. Kylie changes her name back t







o Degenhardt and gives Jonathon's clone her last name to.
December 18th 2034
Jonathon's clone is given the Nucleo within his head. (This is to ensure that if below his head is destroyed he can still think so his thoughts can be placed in his alternate clone)
February 10th 2035
Jonathon's clone is released from the artificial womb. Kylie decides to change the name to Jonah. Vaccinations proceed immediately.
February 11th 2035
Jonah is given neural implants a day after birth so that the body has a lesser chance of rejecting them. Implants include: A-Space communicator, Info Tagger and Computational thinking. Dr Timothy Degenhardt now aged 48 requests his name be Jonah's middle name
April 10th 2035
Jonah and Kylie visit the spot where Jonathon was buried.
June 13th 2035
Timothy and Briana Degenhardt move to Japan from New York. Kylie plans to move there in 5 months.
August 21st 2035
SLIM JIM founded by Horace Williamson
October 14th 2035
The Terrorist group called SLIM JIM destroys Jonah's twin clone as well as many others. Meanwhile Kylie has decided to stay in NY because of a new love in her life called Geoffrey Matthews

As SLIM JIM rises in popularity it becomes one of the most powerful terrorist groups in the Human Democracy. Slim Jim changes it's name to the True Human Party and targets clones and implanted humans. This group declares war on the democracy and gains political momentum by setting up their members...

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