Not a promise, but the guy who created "The Pill" foresees a day when we have children without having sex. He sees this as a good thing but I have some concerns. 1) If it is fair to say that whatever the source (evolution, God, Thetans, spontaneous combustion), the human body is better planned, more efficient, and more intelligent about it's needs than we could ever make it? 2) Doesn't the body understand what the peak time to bear children is? 3) By delaying having children until their late 40s through 60s as is being suggested, aren't you gestating a child at an age when both mother and fetus/child are more likely to have medical problems - putting more strain on the medical system? 4) By that same delay, aren't you placing those that can't afford the cryo system at a place of disadvantage since those women, if they have children, will be required to recuse themselves for at least a minimal period from the workplace? 5) By that same delay, life expectancy certainly is greater than it was 10, 20, 50 years ago, but not that much more that having a child at 50 is like having one at 25. Don't you increase the risk that more children will suffer from parental death or major illness before reaching the age of majority - again putting strain on society to compensate? 6) When we manipulate corn to produce food later in the season than it naturally could, we get concerned about GMO. When we manipulate men and women to produce babies later than they naturally could, why aren't we concerned about GMO?