We have been domesticated and bioengineered also, but we did not domesticate and bioengineer our own human strains such as we domesticated and bioengineered our domesticated plants and animals. Someone or something else will take that charge. Now not actually talking here about the so-called scientific term now substituted for creationism intelligent design and it has the philosophical baggage of having a supernatural creator, a God, supporting the plan. The numerous aches and pains and ailments we suffer due to poor biological layout testify to that. To further quell the instant curiosity of the reader, who collectively are not the mythical gods, who are not actually mythical, nor are they supernatural, but flesh and blood extraterrestrials that happen to have a particular interest in, and skills toward, genetics? The basic assumption, as expounded upon by international cultural mythologies, is that the gods created humans, making people to alleviate the gods of, and do the hard work rather, and to also serve the gods.
One of these more rewarding pieces among the gods tricks in their genetic engineering experimentation, a layout component designed to appeal to the gods was to make sure humans were sexually compatible together, and by Jove, did they ever take advantage of that human design compatibility at least if you take at face value and think what transpired according to the mythical tales. Not appropriate reading for the kiddies. Two particulars stick out. One is that in order to construct a pyramid. One needs a free set or more of appendages so as to manipulate stuff.
Well, you have to go from a Quadruped posture into a bipedal stance, thus freeing up two appendages. From a Darwinian point-of-view, that is a problem. There is a Price Tag. Now we are clearly bipedal. But will a bipedal position be chosen for naturally? Not usually, for again, there is a price to be paid. The significance of free will during our past experiences we have been conditioned to get certain automatic responses.
These answers are expressed through ideas and emotions which in turn create the significant events in our lives, but we have evolved with free will, or the capacity to break with the dominance of conditioning, instinct. Free will gives us the ability to alter what is been conditioned through natural development as stored in the subconscious to enhance our own lives in the long run, morals. The moral human can rethink such strictly survival-oriented behaviour and might prefer not to hurt others, by breaking free of intuition and expressing free will. Regrettably, most of human society barely expresses any free will in any way.