Human-Animal Hybrids: Sick And Twisted Chimeras Are Being Created In Labs All Over The Planet

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Human-Animal Hybrids: Sick And Twisted Chimeras Are Being Created In Labs All Over The Planet

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Did you know that scientists all over the globe are creating extremely bizarre human-animal chimeras?

ScientistBy Michael Snyder
The Truth
July 13, 2013

Over the past decade, there have been some absolutely stunning
advances in the field of genetic modification. Today, it is literally
possible for college students to create new lifeforms in their
basements. Unfortunately, laws have not kept pace with these
advancements, and in many countries there are very few limits on what
scientists are allowed to do.

As you will read about below, extremely creepy human-animal hybrids
are now being created in laboratories all over the planet. And this is
just the stuff that is publicly admitted. Can you imagine what kind of
sick and twisted experiments are taking place in the dark corners of
secret labs that nobody knows about? And what happens if these
creatures get out into the wild and starting mating?

At that point, it would be nearly impossible to “put the genie back
into the bottle”. Scientists seem very eager to test the limits of what
is possible, but what they are unleashing may have consequences that
none of us ever dreamed possible.

Just the other day, we learned that scientists have created mice that
have an artificial human chromosome “in every cell of their bodies”.

So what should we call such creatures? They are definitely not fully mice anymore.

Scientists are hailing this as a “breakthrough” which could lead to
all sorts of new treatments for disease. The following is from an
article entitled “Mice with human chromosomes – the genetic breakthrough that could revolutionise medicine“…

Scientists have created genetically-engineered mice with artificial
human chromosomes in every cell of their bodies, as part of a series of
studies showing that it may be possible to treat genetic diseases with a
radically new form of gene therapy.

In one of the unpublished studies, researchers made a human
artificial chromosome in the laboratory from chemical building blocks
rather than chipping away at an existing human chromosome, indicating
the increasingly powerful technology behind the new field of synthetic

This is quite bizarre.

But creating mice with artificial human chromosomes is one thing.

Creating mice with partly human brains is a whole different ball of wax.

According to LifeNews.com,
researchers at the University of Wisconsin have successfully
transferred cells from human embryos into the brains of mice. Those
cells began to grow and develop, and they actually made the mice

Yet experiments like these are going forward just the same. In just
the past few months, scientists at the University of Wisconsin and the
University of Rochester have published data on their human-animal neural
chimeras. For the Wisconsin study, researchers injected mice with an
immunotoxin to destroy a part of their brains–the hippocampus–that’s
associated with learning, memory, and spatial reasoning. Then the
researchers replaced those damaged cells with cells derived from human
embryos. The cells proliferated and the lab chimeras recovered their
ability to navigate a water maze.

For the Rochester study, researchers implanted newborn mice with
nascent human glial cells, which help support and nourish neurons in the
brain. Six months later, the human parts had elbowed out the mouse
equivalents, and the animals had enhanced ability to solve a simple maze
and learn conditioned cues. These protocols might run afoul of the
anti-hybrid laws, and perhaps they should arouse some questions. These
chimeric mice may not be human, or even really human, but they’re
certainly one step further down the path to Algernon. It may not be so
long before we’re faced with some hairy bioethics: What rights should we
assign to mice with human brains?

Is this really a good idea?

Do we really want to start creating entities that are part-human?

Apparently, it is now even possible to grow entire human organs
inside animals. In fact, scientists in Japan plan to start
systematically growing human organs inside of pigs within 12 months.
The goal is to increase the number of organs available for medical
transplants as a recent Infowars.com article explained…

A panel of scientists and legal experts appointed by the Japanese
government will be gathering together to begin drafting guidelines
governing Japan’s historic embryonic research. If all goes according to
plan, scientists hope to begin growing human organs in animals within
the next 12 months.

The research sounds like something out of a science fiction novel.
Scientists place a human stem cell into the embryo of an animal to
create a “chimeric embryo” that can be implanted into the animal’s womb.
According to the Telegraph, the animal in question will most likely be a pig.

Once the embryo is implanted it will grow into a perfect human organ –
a heart, a kidney, a pancreas, and so on. Then, when the adult pig is
slaughtered, the organ will be harvested and transplanted into someone
who needs a new one.

But once a human organ is grown inside a pig, that pig is no longer fully a pig.

And without a doubt, that organ will no longer be a fully human organ
after it is grown inside the pig. Those receiving those organs will be
allowing human-animal hybrid organs to be implanted into them.

One can only imagine what the consequences of doing such a thing would be.

You would think that there should be strict limits on this kind of a
thing. And in a few areas around the globe, there are some limits. But
most of the time the ethical decisions are left up to the scientists

Two years ago, the UK Academy of Medical Sciences released a groundbreaking report
on “animals containing human material”. It concluded that most research
on chimeras is permitted by existing UK laws. But it also identified
some experiments that should not (yet) be done because of strong ethical
objections. One is to breed an animal that has human sperm or eggs.
Another is to create a non-human primate with a humanised brain.

Most people would be absolutely shocked to learn some of the things that are currently being done in the name of science.

For example, did you know that rice that contains actual human genes is being grown right now in Kansas?…

Unless the rice you buy is certified organic, or comes specifically
from a farm that tests its rice crops for genetically modified (GM)
traits, you could be eating rice tainted with actual human genes. The
only known GMO with inbred human traits in cultivation today, a GM rice
product made by biotechnology company Ventria Bioscience is currently
being grown on 3,200 acres in Junction City, Kansas — and possibly
elsewhere — and most people have no idea about it.

Since about 2006,Ventria has been quietly cultivating rice that has
been genetically modified (GM) with genes from the human liver for the
purpose of taking the artificial proteins produced by this “Frankenrice”
and using them in pharmaceuticals.

We are corrupting nature, and yet very few people seem alarmed. When the Daily Mail reported back in 2011 that scientists in the UK had created “more than 150″ human-animal hybrid embryos, hardly anyone got upset about it…

Last night a campaigner against the excesses of medical research said
he was disgusted that scientists were ‘dabbling in the grotesque’.

Figures seen by the Daily Mail show that 155 ‘admixed’ embryos,
containing both human and animal genetic material, have been created
since the introduction of the 2008 Human Fertilisation Embryology Act.

This legalised the creation of a variety of hybrids, including an
animal egg fertilised by a human sperm; ‘cybrids’, in which a human
nucleus is implanted into an animal cell; and ‘chimeras’, in which human
cells are mixed with animal embryos.

Sadly, this kind of thing is being done all over the planet. Just
check out some of the truly bizarre human-animal hybrid experiments that
have been taking place all over the globe according to a recent Slate article

Not long ago, Chinese scientists embedded genes for human milk proteins into a mouse’s genome and have since created herds of humanized-milk-producing goats. Meanwhile, researchers at the University of Michigan have a method for putting a human anal sphincter into a mouse as a means of finding better treatments for fecal incontinence, and doctors are building animals with humanized immune systems to serve as subjects for new HIV vaccines.

Are you disgusted by those examples?

You should be.

Here are some other ways that humans and animals are being combined…

-Rabbit Eggs with Human Cells

-Pigs with Human Blood

-Sheep with Human Livers

-Cow Eggs with Human Cells

-Cat-Human Hybrid Proteins

And these are just the things that we know about.

What kind of sick and twisted experiments are going on around the globe that we don’t know about?

Like I mentioned at the top, we live at a time when the possibilities in the field of genetic modification seem endless.

But just because we can do something does not mean that we should actually do it.

The movie “Splice
demonstrated the danger of creating an entirely new lifeform that is
only partially human. When we create something that is neither fully
human or fully animal, what kind of spirit enters that being? What
would the consequences be if such beings started mating with other
animals? Could we end up creating creatures that are far beyond our
capacity to control?

Unfortunately, Pandora’s box has already been opened and it is going
to be extremely difficult to control the creation of human-animal
hybrids. This technology is racing ahead all over the planet, and at
this point even college students can create new lifeforms in their own

We are entering a strange new world, and nobody is quite sure what comes next.

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  • RogerCoppock 2013/10/09 12:46:29
    This is an abomination and all of mankind will suffer for it.
    The uber-rich want slaves. They will create mostly human chimeras with one recognizable animal feature. These will be legally non-human, and easily recruited into slavery.
  • Transquesta 2013/10/09 07:04:48
    None of the above
    Years ago I read an article suggesting that the reason why we haven't discovered intelligent life anywhere else in the cosmos is that, once a civilization reaches a certain stage in its development, it invariably invents the technology which brings about its extinction. Our forays into biotechnology support that argument.

    On the surface at least, some of this technology looks promising. Trouble is, not everyone will be as ethical in its development and dissemination as we in the west like to pretend that we are, and therein lies the rub. We prolly will never make, say, human-ape hybrids to fight our wars, but China? Iran? Russia?
  • Nicholas DeShane 2013/10/09 06:51:23
    None of the above
    Nicholas DeShane
    Mwa, ha, ha, ha!
  • ur XLNC-PWCM 2013/07/15 03:05:04
    None of the above
    ur XLNC-PWCM
    Think.......Minotaur, Satyr, the strange critters in the Ancient Egyptian pantheon. Our history includes reality............something that ALL mythology is based on.
  • Gregaj7 2013/07/14 18:45:47
    This is an abomination and all of mankind will suffer for it.
    Got one of those about 25 miles north of me.
  • holly g... Gregaj7 2013/10/09 15:12:20
  • BHGOzzy 2013/07/14 18:45:41
  • DeeB 2013/07/14 18:31:15
    This is an abomination and all of mankind will suffer for it.
    Never liked scientists and I guess for good reason! Or the freaks that give them a paycheck! Don't know if I want to know what comes next, the people that run this world are as sick as sick can get!
  • Erica DeeB 2013/07/14 18:33:58
    wait wait, I'm going for Chemical Engineering.. but I'm not one of those scientists! I promise. I believe in creating things and using science to further our understanding of our surroundings, and to help other people!
  • BHGOzzy Erica 2013/07/14 18:47:58
    DeeB has real scientists confused with B-Movie mad scientists I'd think... And so does the article. Notice what's ACTUALLY being done that's being portrayed as "evil chimeras and alchemists with mad science gear on from teh 1960's"?
  • Erica BHGOzzy 2013/07/14 19:05:13
    Some have lost their sanity, that I can attest to... and a lot of scientists aren't what I call "true scientists" either... pioneers of their age, unafraid to ask pertinent questions, challenge each other's theories.. Much like the AIDS controversy, where people who dare to speak their difference in theories are shut down, and excommunicated from the science community!
  • BHGOzzy Erica 2013/07/14 19:15:38
    Yeah but this? This isn't even anything special. This is just Genetic testing. This would be the equivalent of people getting up in arms and calling you Evil because you did tests on the properties of pure Sodium.
  • Erica BHGOzzy 2013/07/14 19:40:22
    Quite frankly, this genetic testing is touchy to some.. think about it. Genes are the blueprint of life. Some may compare it to "playing god". Without DNA, we wouldn't exist. Some people think that any sort of tinkering with DNA is evil.

    However, genetic engineering has brought ground-breaking things to our society. "Synthetic human insulin was the first golden molecule of the biotech industry and the direct result of recombinant DNA technology. Currently, millions of diabetics worldwide use synthetic insulin to regulate their blood sugar levels. Synthetic insulin is made in both bacteria and yeast." A similar thing occurs with a strain of mold to produce citric acid..

    But, then again... our pharmaceutical companies push pills instead of creating cures for people. Diabetes is caused by poor health decisions as well as genetics..

    Combining the DNA of two different species, out of sheer curiosity, is mad science.
  • BHGOzzy Erica 2013/07/15 01:01:58
    Combining RANDOM DNA of two different species out of sheer curiosity sounds like a waste of time. Comparing two similar genes from two different species can result in good knowledge gained.
  • Erica BHGOzzy 2013/07/15 12:23:55
    Everyone wastes time across the board though... wouldn't you agree?

    If it harms the animals in question in any way, I'm totally against it..
  • BHGOzzy Erica 2013/07/15 13:11:03
    Some animal testing is required however, and I seriously doubt you're against first stage testing on flies (used due to their rapid generation rates which allow mutations to show in populations quickly)
  • Erica BHGOzzy 2013/07/15 19:19:15
    I'm against all sorts of animal testing... there are a lot of viable alternatives in today's world.
  • BHGOzzy Erica 2013/07/16 04:30:47
    While I agree with you that cruelty in testing should be avoided, we shouldn't be naive enough to say that no testing ever should be done. That's like asking you, the Chemist, to never test chemicals for their properties. That would be like telling a structural engineer not to load test the bridge he just designed. Or telling the aviator that the untested aircraft is 100%.

    You may feel bad for cutesy mice and lab rats because they're cute but realize that none of the animals used in these experiments have a hope of surviving in the wild when you use complex animals like lab rats and mice for end of phase testing, since those are individual tests rather than the more generalized population tests used on lab bred flies.

    Would you feel better if the lab animals weren't cute and cuddly and featured as heroes on Disney?
  • Erica BHGOzzy 2013/07/16 04:49:22 (edited)
    You just mentioned flies, I just said I'm against all sorts of animal testing.

    "that's like asking you, the Chemist, to never test chemicals for their properties." How are the two equivalent, when one science is using a living thing, and the other is not?
  • BHGOzzy Erica 2013/07/16 06:51:24
    Because you're essentially saying "STOP TESTING BECAUSE THINGS MIGHT POSSIBLY GET HURT"

    You're saying "Don't do science".

    You should probably have a long talk with your Professors about Scientific Ethicality and the reasons for limited animal testing. You seem to require an education in that area.
  • DeeB Erica 2013/07/14 19:19:57
    Not to worry. Not the same thing. I think you would walk if things you didn't like started happening. Most would.
  • Erica DeeB 2013/07/14 19:40:39
    Absolutely.. no questions asked.
  • BHGOzzy DeeB 2013/07/14 18:47:10
    You do realize that the entire story is actually about genetic sequencing and figuring out what genes do what in the human body and animals with similar genes, right?

    It's basically figuring out how genes do what they do, it's not... well, ANYTHING like the article is trying to portray it as being.

    If science really worked like that then B-Movies would be documentaries.
  • DeeB BHGOzzy 2013/07/14 19:25:22
    I am seeing all your comments and you are wrong because I am not even really talking about this article. I have read many things on what they are doing and heard many whistle blowers on the subject. People that have seen the actual evidence with all these locked rooms with their creations in them. You do realize that all the mad freaken scientists from Germany were brought to this country, right? Well if you think they were doing good, you'd be sadly mistaken. So please, do not think it isn't happening because it is.
  • BHGOzzy DeeB 2013/07/15 01:02:47
    I do believe most of the scientists we imported from Germany were rocket scientists.

    But now you've got me curious, got some links I can use to correct my stance with?
  • DeeB BHGOzzy 2013/08/23 22:46:25
    You can start with this, but a lot of what I know comes from the victims own mouths. You can google Cathy O'Brien and her story will just knock your socks off. It's also well known that they use this on all child actors and people in the music industry. Have you ever seen the video of Clinton being prepped to go on tv? That is a must see.
  • BHGOzzy DeeB 2013/08/23 22:52:59
    Took awhile but you delivered! Thanks DeeB! :D
  • DeeB BHGOzzy 2013/08/23 23:03:51
    I am so sorry, I am way backed up on my replies! That's because I spend most of my time researching!!
  • BHGOzzy DeeB 2013/08/24 00:52:42
    No worries, I knew you'd come through.
  • DeeB BHGOzzy 2013/08/24 02:26:08
    Actually in looking at all the questions with replies I wanted to just X them all, but then decided to try answer some! ;-)
  • Erica DeeB 2013/07/15 22:48:23
    Wasn't this called Operation Paperclip?
  • DeeB Erica 2013/08/23 22:47:22
    Yes but they used them for the MK-ULTRA program.
  • Gone. 2013/07/14 14:41:04
    None of the above
    Next you can be on lookout for the Low Men.
    the dark tower  can toi
  • Lady Whitewolf 2013/07/14 10:28:09
    None of the above
    Lady Whitewolf
    When I see Children with WINGS, I'll believe ya.
  • holly g... Lady Wh... 2013/07/14 18:40:22
  • Lady Wh... holly g... 2013/07/14 20:32:48
    Lady Whitewolf
    Nope... ever read the Maximum Ride series by James Patterson?
  • holly g... Lady Wh... 2013/07/14 21:00:17
    holly go lightly
    Nope..... I never asked.
  • Lady Wh... holly g... 2013/07/14 23:43:48
    Lady Whitewolf
    Good series!
  • Erica Lady Wh... 2013/07/14 19:42:35
    Why the "see it to believe it" philosophy? It's short-sighted, and it's akin to saying "well, if it hasn't been known to cause problems, then it doesn't".. that's why we have pollution and all sorts of other consequences that occurred due to people's short-sightedness.
  • Lady Wh... Lady Wh... 2013/07/14 20:34:41
    Lady Whitewolf
    AKA Maximum Ride.

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