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Protest National Institutes of Health Plan to Create Human-Animal Hybrids September 6, 2016

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, contraception, different religion, disaster, error, General Catholic, horror, scandals, secularism, sickness, Society, unadulterated evil.
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This kind of thing will not end well.  If scienticians, playing god, keep messing around with this kind of fundamental stuff, they are going to someday unleash some nightmare upon the world which could lead to a crisis of biblical proportions.  Many feel they already have released far too much, but I’m talking about something on another level that could lead to a massive pandemic or worse.  When you start to try to grow part human, part animal beings, even at a cellular level, in a petri dish, the practical consequences – let alone the offense against God and the dignity of man – could be well-nigh unimaginable.  And while I’m sure every precaution will be taken, accidents happen, containment gets broken, and then…….people die.

Pestilence was which horse of the Apocalypse, again?

The NIH is still accepting public comments through today.  You can submit a comment here.  A sample comment is at the bottom of this post.  A bit more on the situation:

The National Institute of Health is going to end its moratorium against funding for the creation and development of chimeras (part human, part animal beings).

This means that, for the first time, the Federal government will begin spending taxpayer dollars on the destruction of human life to create a part human, part animal being that destroys the distinctions God created between humans and nonhumans.

However, there is still a brief window of time to voice your opposition to this egregious offense against God.

Your immediate action is needed to send the NIH your written opposition. Public comments are being accepted for two more days and comments will close Tuesday, September 6th.

That means we only have one more day to ask the NIH to desist. Please don’t wait, it takes only a minute and we have only one day left.

Use the form at the following link and copy and paste the message below. Then, forward this alert to as many people as you can. Finally, PRAY.

The Catholic bishops of North Carolina have issued a statement condemning this research and encouraging Catholics to protest.  The Diocese of Raleigh seems to be taking the lead in this.

The sample message:

I object strongly to the NIH’s proposal to rescind its moratorium on funding of research involving human-animal chimeras.  I do not want my tax dollars being used for grossly unethical research involving the creation and manipulation of part-human, part-animal beings whose very existence blurs the line between humans and non-human animals.  This proposed research raises all the ethical problems of human embryonic stem cell research in general and serious additional problems related to the creation of human-animal beings with partly or substantially human brains.

I strongly urge you to maintain the current moratorium on funding research involving the creation and manipulation of human-animal chimeras.

I’m a bit more agnostic about GMO than many readers, but I see very little good that will come of this compared to the enormous downside, especially since it will involve the intentional destruction of human life to create these monstrosities.

Regarding modern sciencism’s war on God, read The Last Superstition by Edward Feser.  Many, many scientists seem to display a serious god-complex, seeking to usurp the real One while they arrogate to themselves works only proper to the Almighty.  That’s a subject for a different post, but most definitely closely related to this one.

Comments

1. Camper - September 7, 2016

Tantum, I posted about this three+ weeks ago. You’re late! Then again, you get paid next to nothing for the blog.

I urge people to write their congressmen about this. This must become a major political issue. I don’t think global thermonuclear war is to much of a punishment for a society that not only allows this, but funds it, too.

When one writes one’s congressman, tell him that the creation of chimeras is far worse than slavery ever was.

Tantumblogo - September 7, 2016

No, I get nothing for the blog. I’ve never received any compensation of any kind.

Camper - September 7, 2016

Remember the chocolates I gave you? Proverbial peanuts, of course. 🙂

Tantumblogo - September 7, 2016

Shoot, sorry, did not. That was quite a ways back.

Tim - September 7, 2016

Of course you have gotten compensation!!! I send you my comments don’t I? HA HA!!!!! Have a blessed feast day tomorrow!

2. John T. - September 7, 2016

My submission to the NIH:

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) is a federally-funded medical research agency. The NIH essentially proposes to inject human embryonic stem cells into animal embryos resulting in a part-human and part-animal organisms known as chimera. Until recently, a chimera has something of myth or a figure of speech referring to “a thing that is hoped or wished for but in fact is illusory or impossible to achieve.” If a chimera refers to a creature of myth, it references a monster, “a strange or horrible imaginary creature” composed of the body-parts of various animals. If a chimera is used as a literary device, it refers to something fanciful or illusory. “Oh ye seekers after perpetual motion, how many vain chimeras have you pursued?”

Perhaps the NIH sees the results of this research as a kind of dimidiation, a heraldic practice of combining animals of two coats-of-arms into a single composite creature on an escutcheon or shield. But while the practices of marshalling or combining two coats of arms into one has been going on for hundreds of years, guided by the code of the College of Arms, the research resulting in the production and creation of chimeras, is relatively new, and raises ethical and even moral questions.

First of all, this research resulting in pig-human or sheep-human chimeras is happening, although none of the fetuses were brought to term. At least none we that we know about. Secondly, there have been no published scientific papers describing this work. Most people, even scientists, are unaware of it. This is bad science at best and unethical research at worst. As University of California, Davis, Pablo Ross said, “What if the embryo that develops is mostly human? It’s something that we don’t expect, but no one has done this experiment, so we can’t rule it out.” (1.)

Due to these ethical and moral concerns, this is not an area of research deserving of federal funding. Thank you for the opportunity to express my concerns.

(1.) https://www.technologyreview.com/s/545106/human-animal-chimeras-are-gestating-on-us-research-farms/

3. skeinster - September 7, 2016

Um, guys- didn’t you get the memo? Humans are a blight on Mother Gaia. Stop being such a speciest. We’d be much better off joining ourselves genetically to our innocent animal friends.

Except for the scientists, of course. And the rest of the usual suspects.

4. c matt - September 7, 2016

Do these people not watch Agents of Shield? Have they never heard of the Island of Dr. Moreau?

5. RC - September 7, 2016

All those years I thought Alex Jones was an insane conspiracy theorist..turns out he’s been right. Alex, I’ll eat some crow in apology


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