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Hi! My name is Frannie and I was hired by Doctor Frankenstein to create the perfect human. Let's get started.
First, we've got to ensure that it has the necessary life functions to survive. These include maintaining boundaries, movement, responsiveness, digestion, metabolism, excretion, reproduction, and grow.
Everything seems to be here except for the responsiveness function! Responsiveness is an extremely important necessary life function. For instance, if you cut your hand open on a razor blade, your body produces a reflex and you involuntarily pull your hand away from the razor. You don’t have to think about it, your body just naturally pulls your hand away. We should probably add that in!
Now we have to make sure it has all its survival needs: nutrients, water, oxygen, shelter and sleep. Here in the lab, the creature will have unlimited access to food and water, a roof over his head, a bed to sleep in, and access to fresh air.
The creature will also need to use at least 5 organ systems. It can eat to use its digestive system, watch scary movies to use his nervous system, breathe to use its respiratory system, exercise to use its muscular system, and use the bathroom to use its urinary system.
Ta da! All finished. He's perfect.
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