Wednesday, August 2, 2017

There are literally unlimited consequences for Gene Spicing both now and into the future


Because after 500,000 to 1,000,000 years or more of human "Mongrelized" gene evolution people are getting involved but really have no idea of both the long term or the short term consequences of what they are doing which are literally almost "Infinite" both good and bad both.

For example, 80% to 90% of all people on earth have the literal "God" Gene which makes them likely want to believe in God or a higher power or a higher power than themselves. What if Scientists who tend mostly to be atheists or agnostics think "Well. I don't like people who believe in God so I think I will secretly remove the "God Gene" from as many people (Embryos) as possible. And what if you upset the balance? What happens then?

I presently believe the 10% to 20% of people who Don't have the God gene were put here so that we don't get so sucked into Cults run by secretly evil people. So, those who don't have the God gene might kill those cult leaders BEFORE they extinct the human race. Sort of like to prevent what jim Jones did by giving poison laced Kool AID to a couple hundred people and they all died including him in his cult.

So, is the God gene a good thing or a bad thing? I think it's a good thing. But, you might have a different opinion which you are entitled to. But, if one of us starts changing people from believing in God to not believing in God on a whim by removing the "God Gene" then I think that's just fucked up and will "Fuck up" the whole human race and it will never be the same.

Now, you can say "Oh. We are just removing heart problems right now!" Tomorrow it will be "We only want a boy or girl with Blue eyes and blonde hair" and then it will be something else won't it?

By the Way do you remember Hitler and his blonde hair, white skin and blue eyes breeding program?

And all that Aryan Race stuff now associated with Skin Heads and Nazis?

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U.S. scientists edit out disease from human embryos - NY Daily News
3 hours ago - In the first successful test of a controversial technique, scientists in a new study were able to edit out heart disease-linked genes from fertilized ...

Scientists edit disease-causing gene mutation in human embryos ...
6 hours ago - Report: Scientists edit human embryos for first time in US ... In a lab dish, the researchersused CRISPR, a gene-editing technique, to remove ...

In Breakthrough, Scientists Edit a Dangerous Mutation From Genes in ...
2 hours ago - Researchers have found a way to reliably remove disease-causing ... human embryos can repair common and serious disease-causing gene .... officials in the United States or another country will allow regulated clinical trials.

U.S. scientists edit out disease from human embryos for first time

Coming soon — cut-and-paste children?
In the first successful test of a controversial technique, scientists in a new study were able to edit out heart disease-linked genes from fertilized embryos — with no adverse effects on the cells’ other genes.
Scientists at the Oregon Health and Science University used CRISPR, a controversial, but easy to use, gene-editing tool to remove bad genes from DNA.
“It’s the best way to treat the disease before the genetic mutation is actually transmitted to the embryo,” Dr. Shoukhrat Mitalipov, the project’s lead researcher, told Time Magazine.
Here’s how it works: Researchers led by Dr. Mitalipov took healthy human eggs and fertilized them with the sperm of a man with a genetic heart disease. Based on prior research, 50% of the embryos in the study were expected to carry the bad gene.
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Could we be on our way to designer babies? Science says we’re still a long ways off.

Scientists then deployed CRISPR, which consists of short, repetitive DNA sequences that can target undesirable gene sequences — like the mutated DNA segments that cause hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
After CRISPR cut out those bad segments, the embryo itself repaired the cut. As a result, only 28% of the resulting embryos carried genes for hypertrophic cardiomyopathy.
The possibilities of CRISPR are as endless as the ethical qualms. Though it’s still in the testing phase, CRISPR has been likened to eugenics or playing God by allowing scientists to create “designer babies” or wipe out diseases through the kind of genetic engineering currently limited to plants and lower animals.
Last year, then-Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said CRISPR was potentially a weapon of mass destruction because of how easily it could be perverted into a weapon to create killer insects, plagues, or viruses.

In this microscope photo provided by Oregon Health & Science University, human embryos grow in a laboratory for a few days after researchers used gene editing technology to successfully repair a heart disease-causing genetic mutation.

Then again, the gene-editing tool could be used to eliminate horrific, costly diseases like cystic fibrosis, sickle cell anemia, certain cancers and heart diseases, and perhaps even offer protection against Alzheimer’s.
It will take a while for researchers to get to 100% effectiveness, at which point pregnancy trials may begin, pending government approval, which is by no means a sure thing.
There have been other successful attempts to edit human embryos carried out by scientists in China, but those experiments revealed errors in CRISPR’s ability to seamlessly edit DNA.
Mitalipov’s team may have finally found the fix.
“There is still work to do to improve the efficiency,” Dr. Mitalipov told Time. “But I think that’s possible to do.”

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