Tag: genetics

New CRISPR Gene-Editing: The Extreme Dangers

Technologynetworks.com (6/26/17): “CRISPR gene editing is taking biomedical research by storm. Providing the ultimate toolbox for genetic manipulation, many new applications for this technology are now being investigated and established. CRISPR systems are already delivering superior genetic models for fundamental disease research, drug screening and therapy development, rapid […]

Cloning Humans Has Scandalous Implications

Sky watch T.V – Somewhere, someplace, some scientist is cloning something. They’ve cloned cattle, cats, deer, horses, mules, oxen, rabbits and rats. Recently, they’ve cloned monkeys in China. Can cloning Uncle Fred be far behind? […] American scientists created stem cell lines from embryos they later destroyed at blastocyst […]

Building the Next Master Race?

The attempts to create a master Aryan race is not the stuff of science fiction or history books anymore. I’m going to tell you a story about an attempt to build a strong nation by breeding better babies. These babies “would be superior in quality, intelligence, looks, and other […]

Gene Editing Might Change What Being Human Actually Means

Attempts to distill the essence of “selfhood” have occupied philosophers for centuries. Consensus has been fleeting at best, but is likely to get even harder as genetic tools allow us to tweak our bodies and potentially our minds. DNA-based technology’s entry into the mainstream has been picking up lately. […]

The Era Of Human-Animal Hybrid Chimeras Has Begun

The Era Of Human-Animal Hybrid Chimeras Has Begun Human-animal mutant creatures make for great material for science fiction writers, but we aren’t supposed to be creating them in the real world. In so many ways, the technological advancements that we have made as a society are outpacing our […]

Tom Horn – Science May Have Just Opened the Gates of Hell (Video)

As technologies push humanity toward a god-like transformation, an intellectual-cultural movement known as transhumanism wants to use these new fields of science and technology as tools. They want to radically redesign our minds, memories, physiology, offspring and even perhaps — as Professor Joel Garreau, Lincoln Professor of Law, claims […]