Genetically modifying humans is possible today. Only laws stand in the way of curing most diseases, designing babies via app, and a generation of "augmented" children. But there's a Pandora's Box full of ethical problems that come with these accelerating advancements, and chances are strong that China will open it soon. If human genetic modification ("gene hacking") is inevitable, what are the steps we need to take as a society to mitigate the obscene class stratification that's bound to come with it? Are we doomed to face a race of super-rich superhumans? Or can we distribute gene augmentation more equitably to everyone (a la public education) as it becomes the new human baseline. Also, Jason Alexander was on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine for some reason.