State your planet choice and explain why you chose the integumentary alterations for survival there. When stating the evidence, consider the challenges that others may have to your evidence and how you could counter those respectful challenges.
consumption (12). With a belief so strongly ingrained into the plot of Brave New World, it would be nearly impossible for critics to ignore how Huxley blames the progressive fanaticism of his time for the shift in moral values that he observed. All of the critics are right in their own respect in regards to their thematic analysis of Brave New World. However, Attarian, Kass, and Firchow are critics who focus on the most prevalent theme in the novel: the dangers that accompany technological progress. Huxley focuses heavily on said theme, and strongly believes that constant scientific progress will bring about humanity’s untimely demise. This is most commonly seen by the entirety of the modern civilization in Brave New World, as it’s used to express the negative consequences of evolution. Though the general populace’s standard of living has risen to nearly perfect conditions, they lack what made the old society rich and fulfilling, which is seen through the daily life of average men in the city. A World Leader himself acknowledged that “‘…the old men work, the old men copulate, the old men have no time, no leisure from pleasure, not a moment to sit down and think…safe on the solid ground of daily labour and distraction…’” (Huxley 62). Because the inhabitants of this fictional society have been sheltered and conditioned to live a life of shallow pleasures, they willingly and thoughtlessly abandon artistic, romantic, and intellectual conquests. The loss of these components results in the people becoming hollow and without a strong moral compass. Along with this, it is apparent that most civilians are unable to cope with stress and any issues aside from minor inconveniences. This is best seen through the dependence that nearly every citizen has developed to the drug soma. Mustapha Mond, a World Controller, expresses the thought process behind distributing and normalizing soma in a speech he gives to the free-thinking characters in Brave New World. He explains that “‘…there’s always soma to give you a holiday from the facts. And there’s always soma to calm your anger, to reconcile you to your enemies, to make you patient and long-suffering’” (213). Mond’s speech shows how the general public is taught from infancy to avoid painful or stressful situations, n>GET ANSWER