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Monday, April 30, 2018

1984 - Scientists to abolish sex to create a Master Race

Goosestepping to a Master Race
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"Only racially higher peoples are creators and bearers of a high culture. Only they determine the course of events. Inferior races have no history. They lack the necessary ability, the ability to master their own fate. Only racially advanced peoples have this ability. Races that do not have the courage to make history have no history."

(World Net Daily)  -  In 20 to 40 years from now, would-be parents will be able to choose from dozens of already artificially created embryos before having a child based on their preferred criteria and potential, says a bioethicist and author of the book, “The End of Sex and the Future of Human Reproduction.”
Henry Greely, a Stanford University law professor, is the author who sees in ongoing research the future potential to choose children with less potential for future disease, more for athleticism or even a preferred eye color.
“The majority of babies of people who have good health coverage will be conceived this way,” he predicts.
The research Greely points to so far only involves mice in which ordinary cells are turned into sperm and eggs. If such technology can be replicated in humans, Greely believes, most babies would be born using it by the time today’s children are reproducing.
If so, it would mean a woman who wants to get pregnant could produce dozens more eggs without harvesting some of her own ovaries.
Here’s what Greely sees in the future: A man and woman walk into a fertility clinic. The man drops off some sperm. The woman leaves some skin cells, which are turned into eggs and fertilized with the man’s sperm. Unlike in-vitro fertilization today, which typically yields around eight eggs per attempt, the new method could result in hundreds of embryos.
In addition, the embryos’ complete library of DNA would be decoded and analyzed to reveal genetic predispositions, both for disease and personal traits. The man and woman would get dossiers on the embryos that pass minimum tests for suitability. The couple would then choose one or two to implant.
The technology might also open the door to same-sex couples having children genetically related to both of them, though the additional twist of making eggs from men or sperm from women would be a bigger biological challenge.
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