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Seeding our earth with Genius

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posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 11:19 AM
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I found this stroy very interesting. I did a search and did not see anything about this one the site.

Apparently there are super shildren out there that would not be in thier late teens by now. Who knows one of you could unknowingly be one of these children.

I started this thread so we could expand on it and do more research and perhpas find more interesting donor super sperm experiments and the results.

This is sorta like maniupulating DNA by srpeading one code around in many many places so it's implications to humanities future are vital in my opinion.

" Slate's "Seed" project is chronicling the history of the Repository for Germinal Choice, the "Nobel Prize sperm bank" founded by millionaire inventor Robert Graham in the late 1970s. We have been searching for the 200-plus children conceived through the bank, their parents, and the men who donated the sperm for them. The left-hand column on this page displays links to the other 12 articles in the Seed series, including the introduction explaining the project."

This should get us started. I'll try to find more information on seeding and such but for now it is off to work!

Maybe they will seed the earth with gorgeous people to? heh

Ethical?


fray.slate.msn.com...




[edit on 18-6-2004 by Xeven]




posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 03:34 PM
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This isn't the only such project to go on. Hitler had an eugenics program where selected women were given to selected Nazi officers for the purpose of breeding. My father-in-law met one of the children once -- tall, blonde, imposing, and very intelligent. He said he was glad that Hitler never succeeded in raising this bunch to maturity.

On the flip side, genius can be somewhat unpredictable. Although talents run in families, just because your parent was someone who was intelligent/unusually gifted doesn't mean you have it or can make use of it. Not all of Bach's children became musicians and none of them were ever as famous as he.



posted on Jun, 18 2004 @ 03:34 PM
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This isn't the only such project to go on. Hitler had an eugenics program where selected women were given to selected Nazi officers for the purpose of breeding. My father-in-law met one of the children once -- tall, blonde, imposing, and very intelligent. He said he was glad that Hitler never succeeded in raising this bunch to maturity.

On the flip side, genius can be somewhat unpredictable. Although talents run in families, just because your parent was someone who was intelligent/unusually gifted doesn't mean you have it or can make use of it. Not all of Bach's children became musicians and none of them were ever as famous as he.



 
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