The knowledge age, as it currently unfolds, is biased to the theory that we can unlock everything secret. Limited thought is given to the amalgamation of our knowledge as having the potential to bring insight to issues that we perhaps should not know. It seems that those without faith push the envelope as they strive to become more intellectual. Like eating the forbidden fruit, science chooses not accept an article of faith. Rather, we only accept things when we can explain them through science. We choose to destroy life in the womb based on the childs sex. We use genetics to determine if the fetus meets the expectations and attributes we desire in a child. Our bodies are unlocked of the identifiers that make each unique. Is it so implausible that this could be adapted in an attempt to create a master race? Or has history shown this concept is so foreign that it is beyond the potential of a nation? Science continues to search for the mystery of creation, unable to accept that there is something greater than man. The search to be able to spontaneously create life continues to unfold. Gene therapy and genetic engineering provides for the creation of new organisms. Even the markers that produce aging are being explored as a vehicle to extend human life to a pace that would make sea turtles look like young babies. Genetic engineers create bio weapons through disease that there is no natural defense for. And Atlas shrugs as man moves forward with an agenda of power, knowledge and wealth. Yet gone are the days when the exploration of science was to support the theory of God, now relegated to the dustbin of history. We now seek to disprove a higher power, rather than to promote it. Take for examples, the scientist created dilemma of chimeras. The exploitation of stems cells has taken man down a path of mixing species in a communion of life never meant to exist. Who is to say that we do not teeter on the brink of creating life forms that are not detrimental to mankind? Then take on the issue of cloning, and the potential to create a class of humans that are potentially soulless, or even a sub species that becomes subservient to other men. Certainly history has shown mankinds inability to accept slavery. Now, the evolution of the highest levels of science brings also the largest questions of morality and intent. The great philosophers have since long passed to eternity. Moral direction has been traded in for existential knowledge. We quickly progress to the esoteric knowledge that seemingly has no other effect then to say we know. Man has always sought control of man. Wars have decimated literally billions throughout history. All scientific knowledge gained has historically been employed against mankind. Shall the general populace live to 200? Or shall that be a privilege held out to the few who would be mans masters. Shall zygotes be sacrificed to enable existing life to continue living, leaving the potential of life dead and without rights? Shall genetically blended life be released onto the battlefield at the order of those in control? Science has always been fraught with unintended consequences. It has also yielded invaluable information for the betterment of society. The common man entrusts science to do the right thing with little thought to the moral compass the scientist follows. And science has always been adapted for use in war and the control of those we seek to displace. Does mans creation of a God particle have no potential for negative impact on mankind, physical or otherwise? And while science is a necessary part of society and does need to progress, at what point does science have an obligation to humanity to say we have met a theoretical point we should not cross? Centuries from now, when some future generation looks back through the mask of time, at what point might they reflect as being the time Man became as god?