Humans-Animal Chimeras Being Grown On U.S. Farms

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The day you hoped would never come is here, scientists are now breeding human-animal chimeras inside farm animals, says Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Scientists are now breeding half animal, half human chimeras in farm animals to harvest their organs and tissues. The goal is to gain the ability to farm hearts, livers and other organs on demand for transplant needs. Which sounds all well and fine until you consider the ethical and moral issues surrounding the practice. In fact The National Institute For Health announced it would not support, or finance the practice of gestating human-animal chimeras in farm animals until it studied the scientific and social implications more thoroughly.

The institute released a statement saying they worried that the cognitive state of the chimeras brain would represent that of a human’s. Yeah we think that may present an issue as well! Imagine an animal that resembles a pig, but has the cognitive abilities of a human. Would that animal not deserve the same rights as any other human being? After all it thinks like a human and it feels like a human, it just does not look like a human.

Despite the government agency’s ban on financial support of such projects, institutes and organizations are finding funding elsewhere. Mainly from ultra-rich filth that see nothing but dollar signs attached to the research.

To create the chimeras researchers are injecting human stem cells into various animal embryos. They then gestate the genetically modified creations in the wombs of female farm animals. The animals involved in the gestating are generally cows, pigs and sheep.

Surprisingly this is not a small, isolated practice. Based on research done by MIT who interviewed various different human god farms, they estimate there have been about 20 pig-human and sheep-human chimeras born in the United States in the last 6 to 12 months. Absolutely no papers describing any of the human chimera work have been published! Although a presentation made at NIH’s Maryland institution at the request of The National Institute For Health’s request disclosed the research in part. One researcher gave attendees a look at some unpublished data on more than 12 human-pig chimeras and the University of Minnesota provided unpublished photographs of human-pig fetuses that appeared to have a congenital eye defect.

Those involved with the research say the chances of ending up with a human intelligent are slim, but no one is completely discounting the possibility. In fact Hiromitsu Nakauchi, a stem-cell biologist at Stanford University, who is currently working with human sheep chimeras says, “If the extent of human cells is 0.5 percent, it’s very unlikely to get thinking pigs or standing sheep,” he says. “But if it’s large, like 40 percent, then we’d have to do something about that.”

The entire idea is extremely bothering to say the least, but what is most chilling is that we really don’t know how far along these experiments have gone. I remember reading articles back in the 90’s that disclosed as much on the prospect of creating human chimeras as anyone involved is releasing today. It’s only speculation, but my gut tells me, like the military who is years technologically than any domestic technology. These human chimera farms are much more advanced and far along than anyone could possibly imagine. Of course that’s just speculation on my part, but I’d say there’s a pretty good chance full-blown human-pig chimeras are being nursed in secret farm laboratories hidden throughout the United States.

And that’s in The United States, god only knows what kind of  human-animal research is going on in countries like China.


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