February 24, 2023
'Pandemic' was never just about a virus and a "vaccine".
It was the first mass-scale application of synthetic
biology to the human condition.
such, it transitioned theoretical Convergence science
into applied science but on a global scale.
a world that mostly never heard of
have arbitrarily been placed on the conveyor belt of
As Spartacus concludes:
"There needs to be a public conversation about
synthetic biology and neurotechnology, right now,
and there need to be policies enacted that strictly
define international and binding limits for its use.
If not, then the human beings of the future will
inevitably be reduced to engineered products."
is not a joke. It is not a drill. Humanity is on the
brink of losing what it means to be human.
Klaus Schwab talks about how the
Fourth Industrial Revolution is going to change YOU, he means exactly
chemically, biologically, physically.
he is only pointing to the mad science practitioners who
are advancing synthetic biology in relative anonymity.
Read this article. Study it. Listen to the videos.
Don't walk away until you understand what he is saying.
for Mad Science.
The ongoing plot
Klaus Schwab said something recently that got people's hackles up.
Intelligence (AI), but not only artificial intelligence, but also,
the metaverse, near-space technologies, and I could go on and on... synthetic biology.
Our life in ten years
from now, will be completely different, very much affected, and... who masters those technologies, in some way, will be the
master of the world."
Video at page end at
Here's the problem:
People get pissed off
when they hear statements like master of the world because they
think it's an empty threat... little more than the idle bluster of a
It most certainly
The reason why people
don't see what this technology is capable of is because,
for one thing,
they aren't cursed with an overactive imagination
for another, they
aren't used to holistic systems thinking
lastly, there has
been next to no mainstream media coverage of synthetic
...because if there was, people would rightly be having a conniption
I'm going to ask you something that may strike you as a little bit
What is an internal
The textbook answer is something along the lines of
specialized tissue in the body that performs a specific
But what if I told
you that an internal organ can be whatever the heck we want it
RSC - A
morpho-space for synthetic organs and organoids - The possible and the
evolutionary developmental biology have shed light on how organs
are developed and why evolution has selected some structures
instead of others.
These advances in the
understanding of organogenesis along with the most recent
techniques of organotypic cultures, tissue bioprinting and
synthetic biology provide the tools to hack the physical and
genetic constraints in organ development, thus opening new
avenues for research in the form of completely designed or
merely altered settings.
Here we propose a
unifying framework that connects the concept of morpho-space
(i.e. the space of possible structures) with synthetic biology
and tissue engineering.
We aim for a
synthesis that incorporates our understanding of both
evolutionary and architectural constraints and can be used as a
guide for exploring alternative design principles to build
artificial organs and
We present a
three-dimensional morpho-space incorporating three key features
associated to organ and organoid complexity.
The axes of this
space include the degree of complexity introduced by
developmental mechanisms required to build the structure, its
potential to store and react to information and the underlying
We suggest that a
large fraction of this space is empty, and that the void might
offer clues for alternative ways of designing and even inventing
What if the organs found in humans and animals - kidneys,
spleen, liver, heart, brain, et cetera - do not represent all
possible configurations of cells, but only the narrowly defined
ones selected by evolution?
What if there is a
giant unexamined blank spot where you can have things like
thinking muscle tissue chock-full of neurons, or an all-in-one
liver and kidney (lidney?) right under your skin that makes you
sweat filtered toxins out?
What if we could
manufacture entirely new organs from scratch that never existed
in nature before and have completely novel functions?
What if a guy could
have little brains implanted in every joint in his body and give
his arms and legs a mind of their own, like an octopus?
This is something that
has been explored in science fiction numerous times, in the past.
Warhammer 40,000, the
highly augmented and superhuman Space Marines are implanted with
numerous scratch-built organs, and if you've ever read Bacigalupi's
The Windup Girl or the late Greg Bear's Blood Music, then you know
exactly how bizarre this sort of thing can get.
There's just one problem,
here, and it's that this stuff is getting alarmingly close to not
being science fiction anymore, and there are basically no ethical
frameworks in place to make sure it isn't horribly abused.
This is just one example of what you can do with synthetic biology.
Another thing you can do
is design completely new enzymes from scratch, insert the genes
coding for them into bacteria, and use them as reagents to produce
entirely new compounds.
Still not convinced?
If you go on the
Government of Canada's website, right now, this below article, is one of the
Biodigital Convergence) they have up.
Horizons Canada - Exploring Biodigital Convergence
I wake up to the
sunlight and salty coastal air of the Adriatic sea.
I don't live anywhere
near the Mediterranean, but my AI, which is also my health
advisor, has prescribed a specific air quality, scent, and solar
intensity to manage my energy levels in the morning, and has
programmed my bedroom to mimic this climate.
The fresh bed sheets grown in my building from regenerating
fungi are better than I imagined; I feel rested and ready for
I need to check a few
things before I get up. I send a brain message to open the app
that controls my insulin levels and make sure my pancreas is
I can't imagine
having to inject myself with needles like my mother did when she
was a child. Now it's a microbe transplant that auto adjusts and
reports on my levels.
Everything looks all right, so I check my brain's digital
interface to read the dream data that was recorded and processed
in real time last night.
My therapy app
analyzes the emotional responses I expressed while I slept.
It suggests I take
time to be in nature this week to reflect on my recurring
trapped-in-a-box dream and enhance helpful subconscious neural
My AI recommends a
I think "okay", and
my AI and neural implant do the rest.
I touched on this in the last Spartacast, but I don't think I
really got the point across.
Biotech and information technology are
completely intertwined, and they have been for decades, now.
Folding@home, where people used their PlayStations to contribute
processor power to a distributed supercomputer network?
That was back in 2007, and the actual software client itself has
existed since 2000.
They do everything on a
The whole idea behind mRNA vaccines is basically to
digitize vaccines by reducing them to synthetic gene sequences and
using human cells as bioreactors to make the actual protein,
skipping over a bunch of manufacturing steps.
so you have
You have DREADDs.
You have the ability
to create engineered amyloids, like Ehud Gazit's amyloid
You have even more
than that, too.
A friend of mine on
Twitter, C.M. (who currently goes by @CRISPR_Cas69), alerted me to a
paper on implementing an entire von Neumann architecture in nothing
but lipid nanoparticles...
Advances - Nanoparticle-based computing architecture for
nanoparticle neural networks
The lack of a
scalable nanoparticle-based computing architecture severely
limits the potential and use of nanoparticles for manipulating
and processing information with molecular computing schemes.
Inspired by the von
Neumann architecture (VNA), in which multiple programs can be
operated without restructuring the computer, we realized the
nanoparticle-based VNA (NVNA) on a lipid chip for multiple
executions of arbitrary molecular logic operations in the single
chip without refabrication.
In this system,
nanoparticles on a lipid chip function as the hardware that
features memory, processors, and output units, and DNA strands
are used as the software to provide molecular instructions for
the facile programming of logic circuits.
NVNA enables a group
of nanoparticles to form a feed-forward neural network, a
perceptron, which implements functionally complete Boolean logic
operations, and provides a programmable, resettable, scalable
computing architecture and circuit board to form nanoparticle
neural networks and make logical decisions.
What happens if we
integrate all of these disparate ideas together into a single
What could we create?
Could we inject
someone with a substance that generates wirelessly manipulated
smart tissues in someone's body?
Think about it...
Let's say we use mRNA to
Yamanaka factors in someone's cells to turn them into stem
cells in vivo, and then, let's say we spliced new genes into those
cells to generate an entirely new, synthetic cell line with entirely
Then, let's say these
collections of cells were coaxed into performing specific tasks by
manipulating their membrane potential with nanotransducers, or by
What if these cells
migrated throughout the body, divided, and formed colonies, like
a symbiotic organism, all while evading the immune system by
giving off signals identical to human cells?
What if these cells
could be made to secrete neurotransmitters or hormones into the
extracellular space to manipulate the functions of the subject's
What if they could be
used to construct tissue scaffolds around the subject's existing
organs and manipulate or monitor their function, through
extracellular matrix remodeling?
These are just a couple
There are many more
possible implementations, here, including using tissue engineering
to make entirely new, 3D-printed "cybernetic" organs.
Soldiers in the future
might not wear gas masks at all.
Why bother, when
they've all been implanted with an organ that instantly secretes
atropine the moment they get a whiff of VX, or when their
acetylcholine receptors have been completely altered to resist
binding by organophosphates?
What if intelligence
officers all had 200 IQ and perfect recall because their neural
lace links their brains together into a hive mind with a bunch
of printed brains in vats?
These sorts of questions, and many more, are being asked in top
military think tanks in the US, Russia, and China.
Nobody wants to lose
strategic surprise by being the one country that didn't make
supermen in time for World War III.
DARPA know that China's track
record for ethics is extremely poor, and that it's likely that
they're engaging in human experimentation behind the scenes.
That tempts our own
leaders to do the same (and, indeed, they are).
That's not all you can do with synthetic biology:
the possibility for attribution
debilitating specific people by
inducing chronic health issues
destroying enemy agriculture with
novel plant pathogens
engineering scratch-made viruses and bacteria
to produce hyper-lethal bioweapons
engineering obedience and
docility into people by altering the balance of
neurotransmitters in their bodies to blunt aggression and drive for
...the list goes on and on...
When Klaus Schwab says that those who master these technologies will
master the world, if anything, he is underselling it.
technologies, you could re-engineer an entire species -
including humans - into something completely different...
I cannot stress this
There needs to be a
public conversation about synthetic biology and neurotechnology,
right now, and there need to be policies enacted that strictly
define international and binding limits for its use.
If not, then the human
beings of the future will inevitably be reduced to engineered
The people behind all of this are anti-personalists.
They see no
value in the person per se, the person itself.
Only the collective good
matters to them.
Encyclopedia of Philosophy - Personalism
personhood (or "personality") as the fundamental notion, as that
which gives meaning to all of reality and constitutes its
with it an inviolable dignity that merits unconditional respect.
Personalism has for the most part not been primarily a
theoretical philosophy of the person.
Although it does
defend a unique theoretical understanding of the person, this
understanding is in itself such as to support the prioritization
of practical or moral philosophy, while at the same time the
moral experience of the person is such as to decisively
determine the theoretical understanding.
For personalists, a
person combines subjectivity and objectivity, causal activity
and receptivity, unicity and relation, identity and creativity.
Stressing the moral
nature of the person, or the person as the subject and object of
free activity, personalism tends to focus on practical, moral
action and ethical questions.
Human beings are regarded
by the agents of
the NWO as resource-hungry, tribalistic, and
Basically, an invasive
All it would take is for one panel of bioethicists
"Gee, civilization sure would be better if we engineered
the capacity for crime, aggressive behavior, bigotry, and fanaticism
out of humans."
Then, before you know it, one day, people line up for their
"vaccines", and years later, they start having kids that are more
carpenter ant than human, utterly incapable of personhood, of the
intrinsically valuable experience of becoming a man or woman.
People still think this is just about a virus or a vaccine.
Much, much more than that
is at stake here... more than most can even fathom...