posted on Jul, 31 2012 @ 10:45 PM
So as some of you have been watching, there is talk about about the Chinese Women's Swimming phenomenon Ye Shiwen. She is 15 years old, and is
swimming faster than the American male competitors in her sport. China has had doping controversy in the past, but I have a new theory on the future
and very possible present of doping...
My Hypothesis, It is known that in the year 1996 Dolly The Sheep was cloned. Stem cell research has been at least around slightly longer than that but
nearly universally condemned until the last 5-10 years, InVitro fertilization since 1978. The way to avoid testing positive for performance enhancing
drugs, is to grow your own Olympians. It is time folks, the super-soldier has been in the minds of science-fiction writers for years, but the
technology has been achievable since the early 1990's if not frowned upon publicly. China I suspect has just as much access to western medicine in
sciences as the rest of the world, with a lot less oversight standards. Life is cheap there, but an Olympian from stem-cell genetic engineering, in
the womb, or just from the ground up building a designer child in the year 1996 to compete in the 2012 Olympics could be real.
Any country could pull it off and no-one would know. Michael Phelps just pulled 19 gold medals off in 8 years, and he is the most decorated American
Olympian since 1948. Discuss...