Pao L. Chang, Guest
The Human Genome Project (HGP) was one of the most sophisticated projects ever done in modern human history. The HGP main focus was to sequence all 3 billion chemical base pairs of the double helix human DNA. This project was done by the US Department of Energy, the National Institutes of Health and international partners. It took 13 years to finish.
As described at Explorable.com.
The Human Genome Project (HGP) was a collaborative scientific research program on international scale conducted to discover all the chemical base pairs which make up human DNA for further biological studies. Specifically, its primary goal was to map and identify both physically and functionally, the approximately 20,000–25,000 genes of the human genome. The HGP was going to offer different research perspectives by revealing the genetic factors in human diseases, to help establish new strategies for their diagnosis, cure and prevention.
The data collected from the HGP was enormous and had a lot of great healing potential. However, the people who are in control of this project actually want to use it to further their dark agendas. They are also trying to patent genes for their own selfish gains.
The data collected form the HGP will help scientists to understand the roles of genes and how they affect the body. However, due to greed, companies are trying to patent certain genes so they can make large profits. Below is a list of questions that we should think about when dealing with the action of corporatizing genes.
- Who should have access to your genetic information? Your doctor? Your insurance company? Your employer? Your Congressman? The police department? Who owns this information? How should patent laws apply?
- How will people fare when they are stigmatized and prejudged by others for their otherwise invisible genetic characteristics? (e.g. a disposition to abuse drugs, a low intelligence, a genetic disposition toward homosexuality, etc…)
- How should this information be used during reproduction? Should couples test their unborn baby for non-disease traits (such as intelligence) and make reproductive decisions based on those tests?
- Who will standardize genetic tests and ensure their reliability?
- Will people who desire to be tested make accurate decisions while considering the possible disease complications linked to gene-environment interactions? (e.g. heart disease, type 2 diabetes, various cancers)
- Can people overcome their genetically chosen behaviors? How much does free-will affect behavior, and how many of our actions are genetically predetermined? How should courts weigh these factors?
- Who owns the genes and gene sequences? (In terms of genetically altered foods and other products)
- How will we keep this knowledge from being used by the “wrong hands?”
Genetically modifying and cloning humans have been going on for decades
Most people have a hard time believing that we already have the technology to clone humans and modify their genes using genetic engineering techniques. Certain government agencies that deal with black projects have been tinkering with human genes and cloning humans for decades. The way these agencies are modifying human genes does not flow well with the laws of nature. As a result, serious side effects, new diseases and unforeseen consequences will arise from these genetic experiments.
Scientists who work for public or private biotechnology companies do not have enough knowledge and wisdom to play god by artificially tinkering and combining genes of species. As a result, their genetic experiments will usually have negative results. The proof that scientists do not have enough knowledge to create species that are as good as the originals can be found in the negative effects of genetically modified food (GM food) and cloned animals. GM food has been linked to infertility, birth defects, immune disorders, growth and digestive problems, and premature aging.
If you have a hard time believing that certain government agencies are modifying human genes and cloning humans, read the excerpt below.
(DailyMail.co.uk) The world’s first genetically modified humans have been created, it was revealed last night.
The disclosure that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States provoked another furious debate about ethics.
So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain genes from three ‘parents’.
Fifteen of the children were born in the past three years as a result of one experimental programme at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St Barnabas in New Jersey.
The babies were born to women who had problems conceiving. Extra genes from a female donor were inserted into their eggs before they were fertilised in an attempt to enable them to conceive.
Genetic fingerprint tests on two one-year- old children confirm that they have inherited DNA from three adults –two women and one man.
The fact that the children have inherited the extra genes and incorporated them into their ‘germline’ means that they will, in turn, be able to pass them on to their own offspring.
The consequence of exploiting nature
Nature works in mysterious ways and it is very intelligent. The way nature creates things is very simple at the fundamental levels, but yet it is very complex at the material levels. Nature always incorporates the Law of Balance into its creation. Unlike nature, the techniques scientists used to create their creatures do a poor job of incorporating the Law of Balance. As a result, their creations will usually have serious side effects and they do not live really long. For example, salmons that were genetically altered with a growth hormone gene not only grew too fast but also turned green. The scientific term for these unforeseen side effects is known as pleiotropic effects.
If cloned and genetically modified humans are allowed to live with normal humans in large numbers, they could contaminate the human DNA, leading to unforeseen consequences. The irresponsible actions of ignorant scientists who think they are above the laws of the Universe are some of the biggest threats to the survival of the human race.
(PakalertPress.com) But is this genetic manipulation of the human genome safe and ethical? The answer to this, just like to all genetically-modified organisms (GMOs), is a resounding no, as nobody knows for sure what the long-term effects of vandalizing human genes really are until after the irreversible process has been set into motion. And yet this has not stopped OHSU researchers nor their British predecessors who conducted similar experiments back in 2008 from engaging in the abominable practice under the guise of supposedly preventing incurable diseases.
According to reports, the OHSU team that worked on the study, which was published in the journal Nature, is currently trying to gain federal approval to test the development of its GMO babies in actual women rather than in petri dishes, which will take such experiments to a whole new level of reality. It will presumably not be long after, should these “Frankenscientists” receive such approval, before GMO babies are normalized throughout society, and eventually perceived as genetically superior to normal babies with genetic “defects.”
About the Author
Pao L. Chang is the editor and founder of EnergyFanatics.com, a comprehensive blog dedicated to educating people about energy mechanics, financial health, wellness, self-improvement, natural food, alternative medicine and spiritual well-being. He loves to explore the mystery of alternative medicine, the science of consciousness, quantum mechanics, sacred geometry and how energy affects the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual body. His main goal is to help people free their minds so they can find inner-peace, love and happiness. He is also the author of two published books, Staradigm and Natural Weight Loss Secrets.
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