What is a utopia? Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate® Dictionary defines _utopia_ as “an imaginary and indefinitely remote location a spot of perfect perfection specifically in laws, gov-ernment, and social situations *an impractical scheme for social improvement.”* In _Brave New Globe_ Aldous Huxley creates a _dystopia_ (which Webster defines as “an imaginary location exactly where people lead dehumanized and normally fearful lives”) by predicting a pos-sible _utopia_ following a lot of generations. Aldous Huxley analyzes how the utopia degenerated from its original intent into a terrible dystopia. In this essay I will discuss some aspects of this dystopia and relate to Aldous Huxley’s dystopian vision.
Aldous Huxley starts _Brave New Planet_ by explaining to the reader the approach of civi-lization in A.F. 632 of decanting young children. Very first the children are led into the London Hatch-ery and Conditioning Center—the most important entrance of which reads the Globe State’s motto: Neighborhood, IDENTITY, STABILITY (Huxley 1). This signifies that the globe has become unified into _one_ state with _1_ main government and _one_ set of guidelines and regula-tions. The planet has become “over-organized” every thing has been taken more than by what Aldous Huxley describes as the “Power Elite”: a group of persons who manage the planet and absolutely everyone in it (Huxley [_Brave New World Revisited_] 14–23). Hatchery workers wearing white lab coats functioning in sterilized scientific labs artificially fertilize sperm cells and egg cells in test tubes. Then, depending on the unique caste of the sperm and egg, some embryos are bokanovskified (created to bud/replicate by bombardment of X-rays) lastly all embryos are sent to the Social Predestination Space, exactly where during the nine-month process of devel-opment they are conditioned through additions or subtractions to their biological chemistry depending on their caste (Huxley 2–9). This shows the reader that there is no concern for the classic loved ones structure or any respect for the mystery of human creation. The society of _Brave New Planet_ is completely primarily based on scientific information and possibilities. Ethics and religion have come to be obsolete. Alternatively of having God’s gift of cost-free will, persons are now prisoners of their predetermined conditioning. Ethics and religion are grouped with history and in the words of Mustapha Mond, “History is _bunk_” (Huxley 24).
In _Brave New Planet_ virtually all the troubles in life are either eliminated or dealt with via the wonder-drug _soma_. John the Savage gets annoyed by this and cries:
“You got rid of them. Yes, that is just like you. Finding rid of every thing…