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- "Adam's Curse": Adam's Curse: A Future Without Men is a 2003 book by Oxford University human genetics professor Bryan Sykes expounding his hypothesis that with the declining sperm count in men and the continual atrophy of the Y chromosome, within 5,000 generations the male of the human species will become extinct.
- subject: Future
- "Adam's Curse": Adam's Curse is a poem written by William Butler Yeats. In the poem, Yeats describes the difficulty of creating something beautiful. The title alludes to the book of Genesis, evoking the fall of man and the separation of work and pleasure. Yeats originally included the poem in the volume, In the Seven Woods, published in 1904.
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