The Director continues leading the group of students through the Central London Hatchery. They have now moved from the Decanting Room into the Infant Conditioning Rooms. Uniformed nurses are setting out bowls of beautiful roses and stacks of books on the floor of one Conditioning Room. A group of khaki-clad, eight-month-old Delta infants is rolled in, stacked in compartments on industrial shelving. The babies are placed on the floor so they can see the roses and books. They happily begin crawling to the two fascinating objects, touching and playing with...
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