Church's Vision

At nine years of age, George Church saw a searing vision of the future. He saw a sleek and modern world of possibility enabled by new technologies, amazing computers, picture-phones, and moon colonies, and his imagination caught fire, National Geographic reports in a profile of the Harvard biologist.

"It just struck me as the kind of place where we all deserved to live," he says.

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