Humanity may split into an elite and an underclass, says Dr Curry
"Evolutionary theorist Oliver Curry of the London School of Economics expects a genetic upper class and a dim-witted underclass to emerge.
The human race would peak in the year 3000, he said - before a decline due to dependence on technology.
People would become choosier about their sexual partners, causing humanity to divide into sub-species, he added.
The descendants of the genetic upper class would be tall, slim, healthy, attractive, intelligent, and creative and a far cry from the "underclass" humans who would have evolved into dim-witted, ugly, squat goblin-like creatures. "
Very good series on Transhumanism,eugenics and the technologies used by the power elite to reach their Luciferian goals.
Includes information on autism and vaccines and the words of the transhumanists from their own mouths - "we will become gods".
This is the first video, the rest of the series is linked below it
World's first GM babies born
(note: This looks like breaking news, doesn't it?)
"The world's first genetically modified humans have been created, it was revealed last night.
The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics.
So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain genes from three 'parents'.
Fifteen of the children were born in the past three years as a result of one experimental programme at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St Barnabas in New Jersey.
The babies were born to women who had problems conceiving. Extra genes from a female donor were inserted into their eggs before they were fertilised in an attempt to enable them to conceive...."
full article: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-43767/Worlds-GM-babies-born...
Well its old news.....
"By staff and wire reports May 5, 2001
Web posted at: 11:16 a.m
WASHINGTON -- The world's first genetically modified humans have been born.
Scientists say that over recent years as many as 30 babies have been born, 15 of them after having revolutionary fertility treatment at a U.S. medical institute.
But some scientists have criticized the treatment, labeling it unethical because it uses the genes of a second mother.
The technique -- which is called ooplasmic transfer -- involves taking the contents of a donor egg from a fertile female and injecting it into the infertile woman's egg along with the fertilizing sperm from her mate.
New Jersey's Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St. Barnabas has used the technique to produce the 15 babies. The oldest turns four years old in a month, said scientific director, Dr. Jacques Cohen.
The institute was the first to use the technique but another 15 babies have been born following the use of the technique at other facilities, he said.
The researchers believe the technique helps women conceive who have been unable to do so because of defects in their eggs.
I don't think this is wrong at all," Cohen said..."
full article: http://archives.cnn.com/2001/TECH/science/05/05/US.genes/
This isn't the first time that media has recycled old news to bring you "breaking headlines". Why do this? Well i've personally noticed that people tend to forget what happened yesterday and the propaganda machine likes to capitalize on this in various ways. I'm betting most people, if they were asked a week ago if they recall when they reported that the first GM humans with three parents were born, they'd have said it never happened.
Geminoid HI-2 is a tele-operated android that has similar appearance of original person, Hiroshi Ishiguro. Geminoid HI-2 has fifty degrees of freedom that allow Geminoid HI-2 behave like actual humans. We demonstrate to questions that "What is a human presence?" or "Can human precence transfer to a remote place?" by using Geminoid HI-2.
Geminoid F is a female type of tele-operated android that has similar appearance of original person. Geminoid F has twelve degrees of freedom to make it more cheaper and lightweight compared to Geminoid HI-2. Due to the features, Geminoid F is hoped for becoming more common communication media for everyday life.
Telenoid is a teleoperated android that adopts a minimal design of human, that is, it is designed according to minimum requirements to express humanlike appearance and motion. Its design is easily recognizable at first glance to be nothing but a human and capable of being interpreted equally as male or female, old or young, and everyone can transmit his/her own presence to a distant place.
Elfoid is a cellphone-type teleoperated android that follows the concept of Telenoid. Minimal design of human and soft, pleasant-to-the-touch exterior are implemented in cellular phone size. Thanks to its capability of cellular phone, everyone can easily talk with a person in the remote place while feeling as if they are facing with each other.
Well this is just disturbing. And i thought cellular phones were creepy before.....
Right.. and this next one might be even creepier...
"Cyborg tissue is half living cells, half electronics
They beat like real heart cells, but the rat cardiomyocytes in a dish at Harvard University are different in one crucial way. Snaking through them are wires and transistors that spy on each cell's electrical impulses. In future, the wires might control their behaviour too.
Versions of this souped-up, "cyborg" tissue have been created for neurons, muscle and blood vessels. They could be used to test drugsMovie Camera or as the basis for more biological versions of existing implants such as pacemakers. If signals can also be sent to the cells, cyborg tissue could be used in prosthetics or to create tiny robots.
"It allows one to effectively blur the boundary between electronic, inorganic systems and organic, biological ones," says Charles Lieber, who leads the team behind the cyborg tissue.
Artificial tissue can already be grown on three-dimensional scaffolds made of biological materials that are not electrically active. And electrical components have been added to cultured tissue before, but not integrated into its structure, so they were only able to glean information from the surface...."
full article: http://www.newscientist.com/article/dn22217-cyborg-tissue-is-half-l...
"World Bank Luminary: Breed Smaller People To Increase “Metabolic Efficiency”
Influential former senior economist of the World Bank’s Environment Department suggests “human organisms might be genetically redesigned to require less food, air, and water.”
In an article titled The Populations Problem written two days ago by Herman Daly, a former World Bank luminary and current professor at the University of Maryland suggests genetically designing smaller human beings to counter global population growth. Breeding smaller human beings, Daly asserts, “could be the simplest way of increasing metabolic efficiency (measured as number of people maintained by a given resource throughput).”
In his article, Daly rejects the argument that limiting human numbers is an automatic result of technological progress and economic growth, the so called “demographic transition”, and points to the environmental dangers posed by just lowering the birthrates through development and prosperity. Daly:
“Of course reduction in fertility by automatic correlation with rising standard of living is politically easy, while direct fertility reduction is politically difficult. But what is politically easy may be environmentally destructive.”...
“(…) human organisms might be genetically redesigned to require less food, air, and water. Indeed smaller people would be the simplest way of increasing metabolic efficiency (measured as number of people maintained by a given resource throughput). To my knowledge no one has yet suggested breeding smaller people as a way to avoid limiting births, but that probably just reflects my ignorance. We have, however, been busy breeding and genetically engineering larger and faster-growing plants and livestock. So far, the latter dissipative structures have been complementary with populations of human bodies, but in a finite and full world, the relationship will soon become competitive.”
The professor, by the way, is wrong in asserting that the suggestion is his to claim. Earlier this year professor of philosophy and bioethics at New York University S. Matthew Liao wrote a paper in which he proposes a plethora of human engineering possibilities to “help humans consume less”. One of Liao’s proposals states that parents could make use of genetic engineering or hormone therapy in order to birth smaller, “less resource-intensive children”.
It seems the “ethicists” and ecological economists of this world have driven out the last shreds of humanity as one draconian measures is piled on the next in the name of reason and scientific dignity. A phrase like “dissipative structures”, used by professor Daly, is a clear example of how these academic acrobats apply scientific language to debase life...."
full article: http://explosivereports.com/
this guy's sock is hilarious..