How Were You Conceived?
According to a story in the LA Weekly, Brave New World of Embryo Adoption, over "5 million babies have now entered the world as a result of IVF" (In-Vitro fertilization). As a byproduct of all this making babies without love, "multiple embryos" are made creating a surplus. They have to pick the healthiest scientifically enhanced little darlings in hopes that life will spring forth and so lots are leftover. Reproductive technology and cryogenic facilities are now estimated to contain near millions and perhaps billions of frozen embryos just waiting for desperate hours to give them any chance at life. Desperation now results in embryo adoption facilities filling a need to get rich like holding onto and creating life by any means necessary.
When one is raised in a world where life has little value, how can such people be blamed for having so little value for life? How does a nation guided by a government with no moral compass find morality? Truly, individuals of morality do exist in America accounting for a strong national pulse giving a tired world one last hope. Expectation wishes to ask again and again, where did humanity go so wrong? That has been answered. Now, a cosmically arduous task of fixing a broken world begins. Retribution must return values of life to a mostly savage humanity.
Civilization is the progress toward a society of privacy. The savage's whole existence is public, ruled by the laws of his tribe. Civilization is the process of setting man free from men.
-Ayn RandHarvard University appears again on our radar of immorality as a significant link to spiritual impotence choking a gasping world this time in the Medical School. According to a story in MIT Review, Dr. George Church is mighty interested in engineering the perfect baby. Or, is it the Woolly Mammoth he wishes to resurrect? My question would be of course; why? Does he wish to create a Jurassic Park? Maybe he is just a geek in love with a movie. To what end does a person create an extinct very dangerous beast or human life through genetic experiment? Does he wish to create a Universal Soldier? Maybe he has wishes more resembling a God delusion. Immorality and delusions of omnipotence appear to be a common ailment affecting scientists worldwide but perhaps predominant here in America where our politicians hop in bed with corporations who own scientists. Someone coined a word for inspiration engaging the Harvard medical School and it embodies delusions of Godhood; Scientism
|Dolph Lundgren and Jean Claude Van Damme, Universal Soldier|
Along with Harvard recruit from Beijing, Luhan Yang, Dr. Frankenstein has created technology that may cure the incurable. Called CRISPR technology, they are proud to go splicing genes to make the world a better place... and get rich. "It’s so precise that it’s expected to turn into a promising new approach for gene therapy in people with devastating illnesses." So then, they went into their research with intent to cure disease and came out as the mother and father to brave new life, so they would have us believe. That some of their babies created without love will one day grow up to be emotionless monsters probably falls through cracks somewhere between perverted value for life and arrogant ego ruled by percentages. Why would anyone who is not Adolf Hitler or a Hollywood screen writer want to engineer the perfect baby?
Advanced Pagans and Mystics have known for many years that there is a natural cure to all disease. So then, even good intentions of Dr. Frankenstein and his Bride are inspired by immorality known in this case as greed. Perhaps greed does not power an engine where a conscience once stood. Perhaps it is avarice or delusion propelling doctors to cash-in on human suffering and desperation while endangering the human species.
Americans are bombarded with advertisements for stuff they do not need and medical care takes a prominent place among other sellers of soap. California carries all the signs of an impending apocalypse starving for rain and common sense. Here in Los Angeles we are put upon by commercials and ads posted here, there, and everywhere concerning miracles provided by science. Such ads originate from a healthcare provider or medical facility called City of Hope. Chanting a motto touting the spiritual nature of scientific inquiry, "The Miracle of Science with Soul", leads one to believe science and religion decided to have a baby and a cancer treatment facility was born. Patients come to their doors encouraged to seek miracles similar to parishioners going to faith healers or weeping statues or where ever they go for miracles. If such a brazenly commercially arrogant advertisement does not represent scientism in all its want-to-be religious splendor then I should like to know what does? It is a testament to spiritually impotent arrogance driving humanity to exit extinction.