by Mike Adams
the Health Ranger
July 23, 2011
One hundred and fifty animal-human
hybrid embryos have been produced by mad scientists in the UK - with
full government approval - under the 2008 Human Fertilization
The UK's Daily Mail newspaper is
reporting that a committee of scientists recently blew the whistle
on the operation and expressed alarm over the possibility of the
experiments going "too far" and resulting in a real Planet of the
Apes scenario, where animals escape from the lab and begin
reproducing in the wild.
Sound like science fiction? It's actually just an extension of
science fact: human-animal hybrids have been produced by these UK
scientists for the last three years. Among the monstrosities they
created were animal eggs fertilized with human sperm, and cybrids -
animal cells that are injected with human cell nuclei.
They also created chimeras, a mixture of
human cells and animal cells, much like what happened in the sci-fi
Planet of the Apes depiction of science gone wrong.
It has not yet been revealed which animals were used in the chimera
and cybrids, but it's almost certain that they were mammals.
Furthermore, the closer the genetic code of the animals to humans,
the more likely the embryos would be viable, so it seems likely that
these mad scientists would have been using eggs from monkeys or apes
combined with humans.
Planet of the Apes suddenly doesn't seem
so far-fetched, does it?
None of these embryos were allowed to grow into fetuses, by the way.
Current UK law requires them to be destroyed after 14 days. But
that's only the law. Who knows what kind of mad science is being
conducted in the basement of corporate laboratories, away from the
view of UK regulators and well outside the bounds of the law.
For all we know, there could be a lab of
half-apes living in laboratory cages right now, being studied in the
name of "science" while plotting their own escape.
Numerous animals around the world, by
the way, have recently
gained awareness and actively escaped their
more monstrosities in the name of science
Three laboratories in the UK were granted government licenses to
play God with these human-animal embryos:
King’s College London
But what was the point of all this
monkeying around with cross-species embryos?
The scientists claim it was to developing embrionic stem cells that
would be used to "treat incurable diseases." Yeah, right. What they
really mean is that they would raise a secret lab full of half-human
apes imprisoned in cages, then HARVEST their cells and sell them off
to pharmaceutical companies which turn around and offer them to
patients at a hundred thousand dollars per treatment.
As usual, it's just another way to
exploit living organisms (and put animals through medical hell) in
order to make a buck.
Many people don't know it, but even today, entire rooms full of
primates in cages are used to grow viral material that's harvested
from their organs and blended with toxic chemicals to make vaccines.
The vaccine industry won't reveal this
dirty little secret (above video), of course, because it's all utterly inhumane
(and downright gross).
But now the mad scientists are playing around
with half human embryos that could theoretically be used to grow ape
men which are half ape and half human.
The history of
medical science is rife with ethical abuses and horrifying medical
That the UK "scientific" community is dabbling in such dark arts is,
of course, shocking to many people.
Although you might expect such
activities to be taking place in nations like North Korea or China,
where the black market harvesting of human organs is an everyday
event, few people expect UK scientists to engage in such "Island of
Dr. Moreau" types of scientific treachery. But that's only because
those people don't know what UK scientists are really capable of (or
U.S. scientists, for that matter).
Throughout the scientific community, ethical boundaries have been
obliterated in the quest for profits. As long as there's money on
the table, it seems, no violation of nature, God or just plain
common sense will stand in the way of a group of
(government-sanctioned!) mad scientists trying to feed their
As another striking example, Dr. Jonas Salk, the famous
developer of the polio vaccine, was actually a medical criminal who
conducted illegal medical
experiments on mental patients without their
See partial history of "scientific"
medical experiments on human beings that shows the shocking depths
of this horrifying branch of so-called "science."
See the list yourself.
What's clear is that medical "science" respects no ethical
boundaries and routinely tries to play God with genes, seeds and
medicines in order to make more money - all while putting the entire
planet at risk from a runaway organism that escapes from the labs.
What if they manage to grow a race of half human / half ape
creatures with an IQ of 180 who outsmart the scientists, escape
their confines and give rise to a new species that enslaves the
human race by injecting them with mind-altering drugs?
Wait a sec...
the drug companies have already
done that, haven't they?
Maybe we ARE the lab
150 Human Animal Hybrids Grown in UK
Embryos Have Been Produced Secretively for The
Past Three Years -
by Daniel Martin and
23 July 2011
Scientists have created more than 150
human-animal hybrid embryos in British laboratories. The hybrids
have been produced secretively over the past three years by
researchers looking into possible cures for a wide range of
The revelation comes just a day after a committee of scientists
warned of a nightmare ‘Planet of the Apes’ scenario in which work on
human-animal creations goes too far.
Scientists have been
growing human animal hybrids in secret
for the last three
years (Posed by models)
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
This legalized the creation of a variety of hybrids, including,
animal egg fertilized by a human sperm
‘cybrids’, in which a human
nucleus is implanted into an animal cell
‘chimeras’, in which human cells
are mixed with animal embryos
Scientists say the techniques can be used to develop embryonic stem
cells which can be used to treat a range of incurable illnesses.
Three labs in the UK - at King’s College London, Newcastle
University and Warwick University - were granted licenses to carry
out the research after the Act came into force.
All have now stopped creating hybrid embryos due to a lack of
funding, but scientists believe that there will be more such work in
The figure was revealed to crossbench peer Lord Alton following a
has been growing animal human hybrids
over the last three
Last night he said:
‘I argued in
Parliament against the creation of human- animal hybrids as a matter
of principle. None of the scientists who appeared
before us could give us any justification in terms of treatment.
‘Ethically it can never be
justifiable - it discredits us as a country. It is dabbling in
‘At every stage the justification from scientists has been: if
only you allow us to do this, we will find cures for every
illness known to mankind. This is emotional blackmail.
‘Of the 80 treatments and cures which have come about from stem
cells, all have come from adult stem cells - not embryonic ones.
‘On moral and ethical grounds this fails; and on scientific and
medical ones too.’
Josephine Quintavalle, of pro-life group
Comment on Reproductive Ethics, said:
‘I am aghast that this is going on
and we didn’t know anything about it.
‘Why have they kept this a secret? If they are proud of what
they are doing, why do we need to ask Parliamentary questions
for this to come to light?
‘The problem with many scientists is that they want to do things
because they want to experiment. That is not a good enough
was another site
where human animal
hybrid testing was being undertaken
Earlier this week, a group of leading
scientists warned about ‘Planet of the Apes’ experiments.
They called for new rules to prevent lab
animals being given human attributes, for example by injecting human
stem cells into the brains of primates.
But the lead author of their report, Professor Robin Lovell-Badge,
from the Medical Research Council’s National Institute for Medical
Research, said the scientists were not concerned about human-animal
hybrid embryos because by law these have to be destroyed within 14
‘The reason for doing these
experiments is to understand more about early human development
and come up with ways of curing serious diseases, and as a
scientist I feel there is a moral imperative to pursue this
‘As long as we have sufficient controls - as we do in this
country - we should be proud of the research.’
However, he called for stricter controls
on another type of embryo research, in which animal embryos are
implanted with a small amount of human genetic material.
Human-animal hybrids are also created in other countries, many of
which have little or no regulation.