Re: The end of crime?
I would like to take the tests, too. If I am not a criminal by now I doubt I will become one. But you never know, of course.
"So performing testing like this on individuals not capable of providing informed consent opens up a pandora's box of ethical issues in my eyes."
Ahh, good point. :) Yes, I agree. But, in the case of children, if their parents give their consent those babies/kids are defenseless and may pay the consequences for the rest of their life. I am not familiar with the rights of kids; I assume kids have some rights that protect them from the bad decisions of their parents. If not, and f these kind of tests can take off, it would be wise to have some some conscious people drawing some lines on this matter. It's not simple, though. Then you can also question why strangers should have more power of decision over your own kids. :/