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DARPA Hopes To Terraform Mars Using Human Engineered Organisms

Mars may look like an inhospitable and barren landscape, but a new program underway at the Pentagon’s advanced research division is looking to create engineered organisms that can eventually transform the Red Planet into something more Earth-like. 474 more words

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New World Order; Corprotocracy, BioTech, TPP, Censorship And Re-Education

This article is going to be quite different in format since it will contain more videos than my comments so as to try to tie together and express more than I ever could write in one submission. 1,216 more words

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Scientists Plan On Genetically Modifying Animals For Military Use

Hollywood tends to favor lively narrative intrigue over accurate scientific particulars, and the Jurassic Park franchise is no exception. The latest installment, Jurassic World, revisits the series’ core plot points: Dinosaurs, brought back into existence through science, wreak havoc in a jungle setting, leaving dead bodies and lessons about hubris in their wake. 1,265 more words

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In The Future, Humans Will Heal Themselves With Electricity

Cincinnati scientists may have found a way to use electricity to help our bodies quickly heal from injury and wounds.

Their experiment works on the basis that all our bodies can respond to electric fields due to the presence of charged particles, ions, within our cells. 262 more words

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We Can Now Grow Limbs In A Lab

In the latest step towards transplantable bioengineered parts, researchers have built rat forelimb tissue – complete with working blood vessels and muscle fibers – in the lab. 480 more words

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Will Micro-genics(as opposed to Macro-genics, aka Eugenics) Be Morally Feasible in the Future?


Eugenics is passe, but the future will be belong to much the same thing. Think of it this way. Eugenics is macro-genics while bio-engineering is micro-genics. 565 more words

Scientists Create Chicken With Dinosaur Snout

Scientists have manipulated chicken embryos to grow snouts similar to those of dinosaurs. No, it’s not a publicity stunt for the upcoming “Jurassic World.” Instead, a team of Yale and Harvard scientists wanted to study how beaks appeared as dinosaurs started evolving into birds around 150 million years ago. 132 more words

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