Genetically modified humans might seem like a far-out idea that has a place only in science fiction but is actually what some scientists have in store for humanity in the very near future.
Why is the government so maniacal about injecting vaccines? Consider this article in light of the accelerating push to mandate and enforce vaccination across the planet. The reference is the New York Times, 3/15/15, “Protection Without a Vaccine.” It describes the frontier of research. Here are key quotes that illustrate the use of synthetic genes to “protect against disease,” while changing the genetic makeup of humans. This is not science fiction:
The Technocrats’ dream of a Scientific Dictatorship is close to being realized.
University of Cambridge scientists announced this week that they successfully able to grow living two-week-old human embryos in a lab.
A government bioethics panel on Friday approved gene modifications of fertilized human eggs for basic research purposes, while rejecting the technology’s clinical use due partly to the unknown impact on the next generation.
(NEXTGOV) A new online portal would let scientists access vast amounts of genomic data from patients involved in heart, lung, blood and sleep research studies.
(The Intercept) SKINCENTIAL SCIENCES, a company with an innovative line of cosmetic products marketed as a way to erase blemishes and soften skin, has caught the attention of beauty bloggers on YouTube, Oprah’s lifestyle magazine, and celebrity skin care professionals. Documents obtained by The Intercept reveal that the firm has also attracted interest and funding […]
(TN) Note: Every conceivable concept of historic Technocracy can be found in this article. Of course, only “experts” such as scientists and engineers can properly plan such a future; citizens will merely have to go along with the program. Aldous Huxley proposed in Brave New World (1932) that Scientific Dictatorship would be the inevitable outcome.
(NaturalNews) American corporations are racing against Chinese companies to develop technology that would allow them to genetically modify everything on the planet, including human beings.
(LifeNews) The West is apparently congenitally incapable of restraining Brave New World.
(MIT Technology Review) It’s a world first: a U.K. government panel has given the go-ahead for researchers, led by Kathy Niakan at the Francis Crick Institute in London, to edit healthy human embryos.
(NaturalNews) The latest horror from science is being hailed by the science journal Nature as a breakthrough for brain research, but it involves genetically engineering baby monkeys to cripple them and make them cognitively stunted and “autistic.”
(MIT Technology Review) Braving a funding ban put in place by America’s top health agency, some U.S. research centers are moving ahead with attempts to grow human tissue inside pigs and sheep with the goal of creating hearts, livers, or other organs needed for transplants.
(Janet Phelan) We knew it was coming to this. The GMO revolution wasn’t going to stop at our dinner table. But did we think it would happen so soon?
(Sergey Baranov) ‘’Genetically engineering ‘ethical’ babies is a moral obligation, says Oxford professor’’ ‘’Genetically screening our offspring to make them better people is just ‘responsible parenting’, claims an eminent Oxford academic’’ ‘’By screening in and screening out certain genes in the embryos, it should be possible to influence how a child turns out’’ “If we […]
(AFP) The Chinese scientist behind the world’s biggest cloning factory has technology advanced enough to replicate humans, he told AFP, and is only holding off for fear of the public reaction.
(Business Insider) “There’s a scarier possibility linked with CRISPR, too: Scientists — or anyone with access to a basic biology lab — could unleash genetic mutations that could spread fairly easily through a population of animals, and the results could be irreversible.”
(Telegraph) The world’s biggest animal “cloning factory” is due to open in China, producing one million calves a year, sniffer dogs and even genetic copies of the family pet.