Saturday, May 26, 2007

Scientists and Elites Meet to Further Creation of Animal-Human Hybrids

Among other things...

1. Legality and funding of research using cell lines from excess IVF embryos
2. Legality and funding of research doing new derivations from IVF
3. Legality and funding of research using cell lines from made-for-research embyos created either by IVF or SCNT
4. Legality and funding of new derivations by making IVF or SCNT embryos
5. Legality and funding of creation of hybids
6. Leglity and fundig of creation of chimeras
7. Specific provisions for informed consent from (a) embryos donors and (b) gamete (especially oocyte) donors
8. Donor control of downstream research
10. Conflict of interest provisions regarding doctors and investigators involved in embryo or gamete donation
11. Compensation for injury of gamete donors
The two-day meeting of representatives from 10 state stem cell programs is intended to create the Interstate Alliance for Stem Cell Research. The meeting was an outgrowth of a similar session in Connecticut in March. Among the goals of the California meeting were creating opportunities for collaboration among different states' stem cell programs and harmonizing regulations from jurisdiction to jurisdiction.

Which reminds me of an article I read not too long ago...

THE Soviet dictator Josef Stalin ordered the creation of Planet of the Apes-style warriors by crossing humans with apes, according to recently uncovered secret documents.

Moscow archives show that in the mid-1920s Russia's top animal breeding scientist, Ilya Ivanov, was ordered to turn his skills from horse and animal work to the quest for a super-warrior.
I can't find that this article or the information contained in it appeared anywhere in the U.S. mainstream press.

It's not Stalin or Hitler or men in military uniforms who are forcing this reality on us now. Instead it is smiling men and women in white lab coats, maybe a tie and jacket here and there, from the best schools (even your school) and best places with only the best intentions who are promising us eternal happiness if we just let them play God.

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