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Hybrid Monsters Part Human

Hybrid Monsters Part Human

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Published by Harald Alker

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Published by: Harald Alker on Jun 13, 2013
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Crazy worldwide scientists are "playing God" with the same building blocks of life. Today,thanks to extraordinary advances in the field of genetic modification, scientists are nowable to do things that were once unthinkable.Hybrid monsters part human / part animal are being created by the scientists of the worldand everything is perfectly legal.The scientists justify mixing the DNA of humans and animals, claiming that it will helpthem "cure disease" and "feed the world", but the reality is that all this geneticmodification is a huge threat to the human race.It is only a matter of time before humans begin to afford themselves genetically modifiedin order to "fight against diseases" or "improve" its capabilities. The temptation to insert genes from animals or plants in people in order to create "supersoldiers" or a "superior race" undoubtedly become too tempting. Unless something isdone to contain all of this, it will apparently be almost certain outbreak of genetic hell onthe human race.Once genetically modified humans begin to breed to normal humans not we put the genieback bottle. Eventually, we could reach the point where there is "100 %" very few humanbeings. Jeremy Rifkin and his question: we are on the cusp of the biological Renaissance,as some believe, or we're scattering the seeds of our own destruction? It has sounded thealarm in the Los Angeles Times about what is happening in the field of genetic research,pursuing the creation of hybrid specimens therapeutic purposes, half human, half animal,unless you know for sure where these works will lead.Stanford University intends to inject human cells in the fetus of a mouse, thereby creatinga variety of mouse humanoid by 1%. It also aims to create a mouse with 100% of humancells. On the other hand, as reported by Der Spiegel, scientists from the Max PlanckInstitute in Germany have implanted human stem cells into the brains of monkeys, with

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