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 Imagine that it is 2047 and a man has just awoken.  The man goes about his normal morning routine, eating space-ies cereal Takes a shower, brushes his teeth, puts his spacesuit and jetpack on.  But wait–before this man leaves for work he suits up with his essential performance enhancing equipment.  He straps on his mind controlled artificial bionic leg, Which allows him to walk at inhuman speeds. He pops in his bionic eyes, and activates his nuclear implant that heightens his eyesight and hearing.   This world sounds too incredible to believe, but our world is quickly approaching this state through the use of bionics.  According to the article “Bionic Limbs,”  bionic technology is “the study of mechanical systems that function like living organisms or parts of living organisms.”  The question remains, does bionic technology present helpful benefits, or does it present harmful risk to our world? Bionic technology provides more risks than benefits to our world.  These risks include bionics could lead to people having unfair “transhuman” advantages, and economic divides and discrimination            According to the article  “Are Bionic Superhumans on the Horizon?” bionics do have some risks for the world and community. Bionics could cause economic divides and discrimination between others. In the Olympics could, a man named Oscar Pistorius had to get approved to compete because of his artificial legs he had. Many people didn’t like that causing a bit of discrimination to start up between people with bionics and people without bionics. It even states “Oscar Pistorius had to fight hard for inclusion in the Olympics” (Naam). In another article, “Negative Effects of Bionics on Society” bionics could cause some economic divides between the poor and the rich. A man might have lost his arm and he might have enough money to get a bionic one, but a poor man might’ve lost his arm and not been able to get a bionic one, causing some economic divides between people   In addition, bionics can also lead to people having unfair “transhuman” advantages. In the article “Negative Effects of Bionics on Society” iIt says that a man was banned from competing in the 2008 olympics because of his two artificial legs after a scientific study did show that they gave him an unfair advantage (Clay.) In another article “Are Bionic Superhumans On The Horizon?” it says that a man named  Zac Vawter used his  thought controlled bionic leg to climb over 100 floors of Chicago’s Willis Tower. If he didn’t have that artificial leg he might not have been able to climb those floors. He had an advantage. People with bionics have advantages in the military too. In the military, a man with a bionic arm could just carry injured off the battlefield or he could carry heavy equipment across the field without getting tired, however a man without a bionic arm might have to to the same thing but the man without bionics could struggle to do so (Freudenrich).All of those in favor of bionics might not have thought of all the effects bionics could have on the world and community. Others believe that bionics will help people with disabilities and allow them to do more than they use to be able to do.  This may be true, but there are other more risks than there are benefits. Yes, disabled people will be able to touch things, but there could be some “transhuman” advantages,  economic divides and discrimination that can cause chaos in the world.As the evidence demonstrates, there are more dangerousdangers than benefits including bionics. Although some believe that bionics are more helpful. Consider the dangers of bionics.  Bionics could cause economic divides and discrimination between others. Bionics can also lead to people having unfair “transhuman” advantages.  For these reasons I do believe that there are more risks than benefits involving bionics