Being very interested in all things scientific I am always amazed by the massive leaps and bound in science and technology that seem to be gathering pace as time moves on. Having said that, every so often I see something, that upon closer scrutiny makes me wonder where it’s all going and what the outcome will be for us mere mortals. This article is about one such development.
Scientists have for decades wanted to find a way where they can actually “see” the damage done to our internal organs by toxins that range from drugs to air pollution. Evidence from autopsy and cadaver studies show the links between toxins and human health but often, such study does not show why it happens, it doesn’t show the mechanisms that causes the reactions.
From Science Daily:
Significant progress toward creating “homo minutus” — a benchtop human — was reported at the Society of Toxicology meeting on Mar. 26 in Phoenix.
The advance — successful development and analysis of a liver human organ construct that responds to exposure to a toxic chemical much like a real liver — was described in a presentation by John Wikswo, the Gordon A. Cain University Professor and Director of the Vanderbilt Institute for Integrative Biosystems Research and Education (VIIBRE) at Vanderbilt University.
The achievement is the first result from a five-year, $19 million multi institutional effort led by Rashi Iyer, senior scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL), and Wikswo. The project is developing four interconnected human organ constructs — liver, heart, lung and kidney — that are based on a highly miniaturized platform nicknamed ATHENA (Advanced Tissue-engineered Human Ectypal Network Analyzer). The project is supported by the Defense Threat Reduction Agency. Similar programs to create smaller, so-called organs-on-chips are underway at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency and the National Institutes of Health. You can read the rest of the article here.
Now I realize that these are at this point only constructs, but, and there’s always a but, how far will such technology go?
We are already seeing the growing of human tissue in the lab, the manipulation of stem cells which can be cultured into any tissue in the human body. How long will it be before someone combines the two technologies?
Now this would not be all bad, growing full replacement organs for those who need transplants would alleviate the suffering of million, but, once organs can be grown routinely, and that technology is combined with the constructs that shows the minute detail of what makes them work, we are well on the way to “creating” a human being.
The question is, what makes us human?
Many argue that it’s our brain that makes us human, but we are already seeing research working on the human brain, modifying it to prevent seizures, constant analysis of personality traits and damage that causes changes in the human brain. More and more psychological issues are being “invented” and then treated with drugs, dulling minds, particularly young minds, altering the way people think.
According to many, most of the scientists and politicians, we already live on an overcrowded planet. Many extol the virtues of population reduction, yet these same people continually push the boundaries trying to improve the health of those humans that already exist, extending their lifespan, enabling more of them to breed readily increasing the global population further still.
Looking a little deeper could there be an ulterior motive that’s the exact opposite of that statement? Well yes, I think it could.
We are the guinea pigs, the lab rats who are testing out the new technologies that will ultimately lead to a human as perfect as a human can be. Add a little brain manipulation into the mix and you have a human who is healthy, and destined for a longer lifespan than us regular humans, and who at the same time can be steered in a given direction through the tweaking of their neurons.
Those tweaks could be that 95% don’t reproduce, not because they can’t, but because they ‘chose’ not to. This gives the depopulation and eugenics team a way to smile and tell us all that it was nothing to do with them. Agenda 21 is alive and well, it currently resides in the purses of the government departments who fund scientific research.
All of the studies and research taken as individual snapshots of what science can do are wonderful. The worry is though that someone with a radical enough viewpoint and enough money to fund the lab, could bring the whole lot together and quite literally reformat the population into their vision of Utopia.
Governments have proved themselves to be a bunch of multimillionaires with an issue regarding telling the truth. Every week a new revelation is in the news telling us yet another method they have found of controlling the herd, I see no reason why science should be regarded any differently.
As far back as MK Ultra and Project Paperclip scientists and government have worked hand in hand to control the minds of the electorate, and in particular the military.
They have lied and cheated their way through the decades. The common thread that has run through all the administrations is the need to control the people. Be it false flag events to garner support for war or NSA spying, it has always been there and I believe that it will continue, though possibly in less visible ways.
The coupling of science and government does not bode well. Much of it is not open to peer review, and the public at large have no idea what’s happening behind those closed and bolted doors. Much of the transparency that scientists of the past saw as part of their role in assisting, and sometimes changing, society has vanished. Science is retreating from the people, towing the company line behind it as it goes in order to secure the grants and funding it needs to continue.
Those grants and funds come at a price. The question is, who decides when it’s a price that’s too high?
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