by Michael Snyder
July 11, 2013
Did you know that scientists all over
the globe are creating extremely bizarre human-animal chimeras?
Over the past decade, there have been
some absolutely stunning advances in the field of genetic
modification. Today, it is literally possible for college students
to create new lifeforms in their basements.
Unfortunately, laws have
not kept pace with these advancements, and in many countries there
are very few limits on what scientists are allowed to do.
As you will read about below, extremely
creepy human-animal hybrids are now being created in laboratories
all over the planet. And this is just the stuff that is publicly
Can you imagine what kind of
sick and twisted experiments are taking place in the dark
corners of secret labs that nobody knows about?
And what happens if these
creatures get out into the wild and starting mating?
At that point, it would be nearly
impossible to, “put the genie back into the
Scientists seem very eager to test the
limits of what is possible, but what they are unleashing may have
consequences that none of us ever dreamed possible.
Just the other day, we learned
that scientists have created mice that have an artificial human
chromosome “in every
cell of their bodies”.
So what should
we call such creatures? They are definitely not fully mice anymore.
Scientists are hailing this as a
“breakthrough” which could lead to all sorts of new treatments for
The following is from an article
with Human Chromosomes - The Genetic Breakthrough that could
have created genetically-engineered mice with artificial human
chromosomes in every cell of their bodies, as part of a series
of studies showing that it may be possible to treat genetic
diseases with a radically new form of gene therapy.
In one of the unpublished studies,
researchers made a human artificial chromosome in the laboratory
from chemical building blocks rather than chipping away at an
existing human chromosome, indicating the increasingly powerful
technology behind the new field of synthetic biology.
This is quite bizarre.
But creating mice with artificial
human chromosomes is
one thing. Creating
mice with partly human brains is a whole different ball of wax.
According to LifeNews.com,
researchers at the University of Wisconsin have successfully
transferred cells from human embryos into the brains of mice.
Those cells began to grow and develop,
and they actually made the mice smarter…
Yet experiments like these are going
forward just the same.
In just the past few months,
scientists at the University of Wisconsin and the University of
Rochester have published data on their human-animal neural
chimeras. For the Wisconsin study, researchers injected mice
with an immunotoxin to destroy a part of their brains - the
hippocampus - that’s associated with learning, memory, and spatial
Then the researchers replaced those
damaged cells with cells derived from human embryos. The cells
proliferated and the lab chimeras recovered their ability to
navigate a water maze.
For the Rochester study, researchers
implanted newborn mice with nascent human glial cells, which
help support and nourish neurons in the brain. Six months later,
the human parts had elbowed out the mouse equivalents, and the
animals had enhanced ability to solve a simple maze and learn
These protocols might run afoul of
the anti-hybrid laws, and perhaps they should arouse some
questions. These chimeric mice may not be human, or even really
human, but they’re certainly one step further down the path to
It may not be so long before we’re
faced with some hairy bioethics: What rights should we assign to
mice with human brains?
Is this really a good idea?
Do we really want to start creating
entities that are part-human?
Apparently, it is now even possible to
grow entire human organs inside animals. In fact, scientists in
Japan plan to start systematically growing human organs inside of
pigs within 12 months.
The goal is to increase the number of
organs available for medical transplants as a recent
Infowars.com article explained…
A panel of scientists and legal
experts appointed by the Japanese government will be gathering
together to begin drafting guidelines governing Japan’s historic
If all goes according to plan, scientists
hope to begin growing human organs in animals within the next 12
The research sounds like something
out of a science fiction novel. Scientists place a human stem
cell into the embryo of an animal to create a “chimeric embryo”
that can be implanted into the animal’s womb. According to the
the animal in question will most likely be a pig.
Once the embryo is implanted it will
grow into a perfect human organ - a heart, a kidney, a pancreas,
and so on. Then, when the adult pig is slaughtered, the organ
will be harvested and transplanted into someone who needs a new
But once a human organ is grown inside a
pig, that pig is no longer fully a pig.
And without a doubt, that organ will no
longer be a fully human organ after it is grown inside the pig.
Those receiving those organs will be allowing human-animal hybrid
organs to be implanted into them.
One can only imagine what the
consequences of doing such a thing would be. You would think that
there should be strict limits on this kind of a thing. And in a few
areas around the globe, there are some limits.
But most of the time the ethical
are left up to the scientists…
Two years ago, the UK Academy of
Medical Sciences released a
groundbreaking report on “animals containing human
material”. It concluded that most research on chimeras is
permitted by existing UK laws.
But it also identified some
experiments that should not (yet) be done because of strong
ethical objections. One is to breed an animal that has human
sperm or eggs. Another is to create a non-human primate with a
Most people would be absolutely shocked
to learn some of the things that are currently being done in the
name of science.
For example, did you know that rice that
contains actual human genes is being grown right now
Unless the rice you buy is certified
organic, or comes specifically from a farm that tests its rice
crops for genetically modified (GM) traits, you could be eating
rice tainted with actual human genes.
The only known GMO with inbred human
traits in cultivation today, a GM rice product made by
biotechnology company Ventria Bioscience is currently being
grown on 3,200 acres in Junction City, Kansas - and possibly
elsewhere - and most people have no idea about it.
Since about 2006,Ventria has been
quietly cultivating rice that has been genetically modified (GM)
with genes from the human liver for the purpose of taking the
artificial proteins produced by this “Frankenrice” and using
them in pharmaceuticals.
We are corrupting nature, and yet very
few people seem alarmed.
When the Daily Mail reported
back in 2011 that scientists in the UK had created “more than
150″ human-animal hybrid embryos, hardly anyone got upset about it…
Last night a campaigner against the
excesses of medical research said he was disgusted that
scientists were ‘dabbling in the grotesque’.
Figures seen by the Daily Mail show
that 155 ‘admixed’ embryos, containing both human and animal
genetic material, have been created since the introduction of
the 2008 Human Fertilization Embryology Act.
This legalized the creation of a
variety of hybrids, including an animal egg fertilized by a
human sperm; ‘cybrids’, in which a human nucleus is implanted
into an animal cell; and ‘chimeras’, in which human cells are
mixed with animal embryos.
Sadly, this kind of thing is being done
all over the planet.
Just check out some of the truly bizarre
human-animal hybrid experiments that have been taking place all over
the globe according to a
recent Slate article…
Not long ago, Chinese scientists
embedded genes for human milk proteins into a mouse’s genome
and have since created
herds of humanized-milk-producing goats.
Meanwhile, researchers at the
University of Michigan have a method for
putting a human anal sphincter into a mouse as a means of
finding better treatments for fecal incontinence, and doctors
animals with humanized immune systems to serve as subjects
for new HIV vaccines.
Are you disgusted by those examples?
You should be.
Here are some other ways that humans and
are being combined…
Rabbit Eggs with Human Cells
Pigs with Human Blood
Sheep with Human Livers
Cow Eggs with Human Cells
Cat-Human Hybrid Proteins
And these are just the things that we
What kind of sick and twisted
experiments are going on around the globe that we don’t know about?
Like I mentioned at the top, we live at
a time when the possibilities in the field of genetic modification
seem endless. But just because we can do something does not mean
that we should actually do it.
The movie “Splice” (below video)
demonstrated the danger of creating an entirely new lifeform that is
only partially human.
When we create something that is
neither fully human or fully animal, what kind of spirit
enters that being?
What would the consequences be
if such beings started mating with other animals?
Could we end up creating
creatures that are far beyond our capacity to control?
Unfortunately, Pandora’s box has already
been opened and it is going to be extremely difficult to control the
creation of human-animal hybrids. This technology is racing ahead
all over the planet, and at this point even college students can
create new lifeforms in their own basements.
We are entering a strange new world, and
nobody is quite sure what comes next.