reply to post by Evildead
But what have they done? Theyve created a human being with three parents, through cloning.
How was that done? Through simply injecting a donor egg with the right material. Forgive me, I don't know anything about science. But it seems to me,
it didnt take much. All it took is a rogue scientist who didn't blink an eye at the backlash it would cause.
Backtrack to todays science: even multiple doctors can't agree what's wrong with a patient. You shouldn't even have to shop around to finally know
what the issue is. For instance, my grandma had a health problem that I solved.
I was able to recognize it was because of the way she was
sitting. After visits to multiple doctors, I had to solve it for her. In the meanwhile, she was prescribed who knows what. All I can remember her
telling me is how she had to use water tablets and bandages.
Todays science is stuck in a medicine for cash syndrome. Which countries have the most doctors? The developed ones. Which countries need the least
number of doctors? The developed ones. All the poor countries need doctors, but we have them. You know why? Money. Doctors have now been turning to
plastic surgery, getting back door endorsements from drug companies, I would go so far as to say even cancer therapy is a business in itself.
Cancer cannot be cured
, because there would be no more doctors. The existing doctor pool would have to be greatly reduced. Actually, not in
america because about a third of the population is obese. They'll always have health problems. Cancer is only the insurance for doctors to still be
around. It's probably been solved a while ago, simply from the fact of how much money goes into it.
Now, you look at medical and technological advances and the nature of the media. Everybody reports a good story the moment it leaves somebodys lips,
because they want to be the first to present it to the public. You know this yourself. For example, and this is just a random example, a movie based
from your favourite show. You say hey yeah, I want to see that. Then a few years later, you realise it never went into production.
Show me a person who's lived for thousands of years and I'll show a bit of intrigue. Growing new limbs and injecting sperm into womens eggs might be
one thing, but I dont know if humanity will ever understand the intricacies of consciousness. What are humans planning to do? Regrow brains? Regrow
souls? You can only replace grandmas arms and heart until the brain fails.
This is what the scientist from the article should be discussing:
The hidden expiry every human body has. I know, its from a
white supremacist site, I just realised that looking at the title. I dont know why the hell this is linking from google. But it discusses what I heard
japanese scientists had found earlier, about the body having a hardwired life cap. Cells have a programmed death after so many replications.