The production and reproduction of people

The decantation

In Aldous Huxley's Brave New World, the World State ensures the production and education of its citizens. It regulates the number and categorization of children according to social needs. They are divided into five castes: Alphas, Betas, Gammas, Deltas, and Epsilons.

In the new world, babies are not naturally conceived and born, but artificially bred in city breeders and conditioning centers on conveyor belts in test tubes. This process is called ‘decantation’. First, an ovary is removed and artificially kept alive. The eggs are then dipped in a solution that contains sperm that fertilize the egg. However, if you put the eggs back into the incubator immediately after fertilization, Alphas and Betas will develop from them. The embryos of the Alphas and Beta...

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