I know – this isn’t my normal day to post an article. I don’t want to interrupt my flow on the Bible on normal publishing days, but this is too much to pass on. So…
I was driving back from a day trip yesterday, and my wife and I decided to listen to a recent episode of Ground Zero with Clyde Lewis. He tackles some pretty out there topics, and I don’t always buy into his interpretation of things, but he does make you think.
His July 6 show is titled “Techtopian Gods,” and deals with researchers using Neanderthal DNA to grow Neanderthal brains that they will hook up to crab-like robots and see what happens.
They use more and longer words, but that’s the gist of it.
I listened in fascination and wavering belief that this was real. I looked it up on the internet this afternoon and there it was, big as life. The University of California, San Diego is doing this AND they are also doing the same experiment with modern human DNA, using stem cells, which we all know come from…all together now class!
“Aborted – a.k.a. murdered – babies!”
According to the UCSD, these pea-sized brainlets, called organoids, aren’t capable of thought or emotion. Well, if they’re so sure of that, why are they hooking them up to crab-like robots to see what happens? Is there a psychic on staff to ensure this?
The purpose? To compare the brainlets/organoids to see what gave homo sapiens a leg up on Neanderthals. Well, that’s just silly, because if they’d kept up on the latest papers regarding Neanderthals, they’d know that there’s been a shift in thought that says Neanderthals were not so stupid after all. In fact, they were pretty smart, fashioning tools and such. You’d think of them more as humans of a different ethnicity rather than a sub-species. In fact, many hold that there are still Neanderthals roaming around in polite society today.
So who says homo sapiens beat them out for survival in the first place? Do these people even keep up on their own fields of study?
This is all in line with the heartlessness that pervades science today. When confronted with the question of whether these brainlets/organoids can think or feel, they simply assert as fact whatever answer best suits their purposes. What do they base that assertion on? History?
No ,wait! This has never been done before, so I ask again, how do they know? Answer: They don’t!
This is the same brand of science that chops off a dog’s head, then keeps it alive and conscious as long as possible as a sort of experiment to see how a head transplant might be made viable. Don’t believe me? There’s a video out there, courtesy of Chinese “doctors.”
This is the same science that kills unborn babies to harvest stem cells for experiments and research. They, of course, get all out of joint when critics denounce the practice. They ask if we have no heart for people with nerve disorders who might benefit from their barbarity.
I ask if they have no heart for the unborn children they kill.
Or what about scientists who combine human and pig DNA to produce…something… that might grow a human organ? The abort the fetuses from their pig mom to see if they were successful, because they admittedly aren’t sure yet if they’re targeting the right gene sequence. Better to abort a potential pig-man before it’s recognizable as such than to have it discovered, if things don’t go as planned.
See my 2017 article, Human-Pig Hybrid?? For details and the original articles.
The only possible summary comes courtesy of Dr. Ian Malcolm from Jurrasic Park:
“Gee, the lack of humility before nature that’s being displayed here, um, staggers me…Don’t you see the danger, John, inherent in what you’re doing here? Genetic power is the most awesome force that plant’s ever seen, but you wield like a kid who’s found his dad’s gun…I’ll tell you the problem with the scientific power that you’re using here. It didn’t require any discipline to attain it. You read what others had done and you took the next step. You didn’t earn the knowledge for yourself so you don’t take any responsibility for it…Your scientists were so preoccupied with whether they could they didn’t stop to think if they should.”