Synthetic Life Water Marking DNA

“Synthia,” I call her. The first synthetic life form was given this pet name. A name meaning Synthetic Life Forms. Synthetic Life that watermarks DNA. Watch the video. Believe it, read it, research it.

What If We Let Synthetic Life Forms Loose?

https://www.morebooks.de/store/es/book/security-of-biometric-data-using-dna-sequences-watermarking/isbn/978-3-659-69169-0

What If We Let Synthetic Life Forms Loose?

Who is ‘Synthia’? What happens if she is let loose in the wild? The article says (Synthia) synthetic life forms, could wipe out entire crop plants. Can Synthetic life wipe out the human race? Is “Synthia” synthetic life loose in the wild?

“The potential is gigantic, but so are the dangers that come with it. These synthetic lifeforms do wonders in the lab, but what happens if they’re let loose into the wild?

One fear is that these artificial microbes could threaten the natural balance of ecosystems because they don’t obey the rules of the natural world. They could wipe out entire crop plants, and send the farming industry into a tailspin.

Or what if the technology got into the wrong hands? Terrorists could use it to design a custom virus to unleash on populations of their choice or create a biological weapon our world’s not ready for.

While these scenarios may sound like the stuff of science fiction, we should consider them, because they expose the bigger issue that there aren’t clearly defined regulations for synthetic biology.”

What If We Let Synthetic Life Forms Loose?

Elizabeta Maksimovska

January 29, 2019

Should we intervene with nature to save the world?

You’ve seen it in the movies and read about it in books, but now the idea of creating artificial life in a laboratory is becoming a reality.

In 2010, a team of scientists successfully built a synthetic cell from scratch. Some experts praised the experiment as “a defining moment in the history of biology,” while others were terrified of its implications.

How were these scientists able to create new lifeforms? What are the potential benefits of their creation? And what happens if these lifeforms are unleashed beyond the laboratories?

This brand new organism, affectionately known as “Synthia,” was created by synthesizing a DNA code and injecting it into a single bacteria cell. At their best, synthetic lifeforms could be used to create biofuels and medicines, but in the wrong hands, they could be used to create the most powerful bioweapons imaginable.

Are the benefits really worth the risks? Most lifeforms are created as a result of “Darwinian evolution,” but “Synthia’s” birth was a much more calculated process.

Dr.Craig Venter, a billionaire biologist, apparently bored with his other entrepreneurial efforts, decided he’d try his hand at playing god instead. He started by reading the DNA of Mycoplasma mycoides, a bacterial species that infects goats, and recreated it piece by piece.

Then he stitched those pieces together and inserted them into bacteria of a different species. This created a brand new, completely artificial bacteria that grew and multiplied for generations.

So what’s the point of it all? Are we just messing around with nature because we can? Some people think so, but Dr.Venter always had grand aspirations to use this technology for the good of humanity.

In fact, since his initial proof of concept, the U.S. Department of Energy has already started working on modifying organisms such as yeast and e.coli to produce renewable biofuels. Some researchers have even been able to modify cells in diabetic mice to monitor blood sugar levels and secrete insulin accordingly. In years to come, this technology could extend to humans, and make life much easier for type 1 diabetics.

The potential is gigantic, but so are the dangers that come with it. These synthetic lifeforms do wonders in the lab, but what happens if they’re let loose into the wild?

One fear is that these artificial microbes could threaten the natural balance of ecosystems because they don’t obey the rules of the natural world. They could wipe out entire crop plants, and send the farming industry into a tailspin.

Or what if the technology got into the wrong hands? Terrorists could use it to design a custom virus to unleash on populations of their choice or create a biological weapon our world’s not ready for.

While these scenarios may sound like the stuff of science fiction, we should consider them, because they expose the bigger issue that there aren’t clearly defined regulations for synthetic biology.

Before we go investing in all of the potential benefits of this technology, maybe we should stop and put systems in place to make sure it doesn’t work against us.

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The Deagel Report

It seems in the end we will be our own worse enemy.

Deagel, a real intelligence organization for the U.S. government, predicts massive global depopulation (50-80%) by 2025

rebelskum (65)in #news • 5 years ago (edited)

Few people know of this website and even more claim the organization doesn’t legitimately exist at all. Despite the overwhelming suppression of its significance, WikiLeaks documents have revealed it was legitimately used as reference material in a Stratfor report on the technological capabilities of The People’s Republic of North Korea: https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/26/2655808_dprk-marko-p-.html

According to their own website, deagel.com, Deagel provides news and intelligence on international military aviation and advanced technologies. There website has articles dating back to 2003, but little is known about the real owners. Many online researchers have erroneously confused this site with “deagle.com” which is owned by Edwin Deagle.

Deagel’s reports, in particular the aforementioned research on North Korea, were also provided to the President during Presidential Dialy Briefings. Deagel thus provides information which is subsequently used by global intelligence communities and governments.

Here is a partial list of known Deagel partners and clients, according to their own website:

  • National Security Agency
  • North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO – OTAN)
  • Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
  • OSCE
  • Russian Defense Procurement Agency
  • Stratfor
  • The World Bank
  • United Nations (UN)

This highly regarded intelligence organization has a grim outlook for the United States in the coming years including a 78% decrease in population. In fact, it predicts a similar, cataclysmic fate for the United Kingdom, Australia, Germany, Japan, and Denmark, and more U.S. allied nations:

Year: 2013, Population: 316 million, Forecast 2025: Population: 69 million

Source: Deagel

I know many Austrailian readers will be curious as well, and for their reference their population will be cut in from 22 million to 11 million.

To make matters even stranger a statement on Deagel’s forecast page can found be which was made by the authors on October 26, 2014 which apparently claims the population shifts are due to suicide and dislocation and assure us they are “not a death or satanic cult”:

Historically a change in the economic paradigm has resulted in a death toll that is rarely highlighted by mainstream historians. When the transition from rural areas to large cities happened in Europe many people unable to accept the new paradigm killed themselves. They killed themselves by a psychological factor. This is not mainstream but it is true. A new crisis joins old, well known patterns with new ones.

We are not a death or satanic cult or arms dealers as some BS is floating around the internet on this topic. Take into account that the forecast is nothing more than a model whether flawed or correct. It is not God’s word or a magic device that allows to foresee the future.

Source: Deagel’s note from Deagel forecast page

https://steemit.com/news/@rebelskum/deagel-a-real-intelligence-organization-for-the-u-s-government-predicts-massive-global-depopulation-50-80 https://wikileaks.org/gifiles/docs/26/2655808_dprk-marko-p-.html https://www.scribd.com/document/273333203/134757-DPRKNAVYFeb2011-3 http://defragyourmind.blogspot.com/2016/01/depopulation-zika-virus-funded-by-bill.html

Climate, hunger, civil unrest and spiking food prices came together at the Food Chain Reaction game in Washington DC this week. Cooperation mostly won the day. 2015

Food Chain Reaction crisis simulation ends with a global carbon tax

 

November 12, 2015

On Monday and Tuesday, 65 international policymakers, academics, business and thought leaders gathered at the World Wildlife Fund’s headquarters in Washington DC to game out how the world would respond to a future food crisis.

The game took the players from the year 2020 to 2030. As it was projected, the decade brought two major food crises, with prices approaching 400 percent of the long term average; a raft of climate-related extreme weather events; governments toppling in Pakistan and Ukraine; and famine and refugee crises in Bangladesh, Myanmar, Chad and Sudan.

inpage-food-chain-reactionClimate, hunger, civil unrest and spiking food prices came together at the Food Chain Reaction game in Washington DC this week. Cooperation mostly won the day.Along with WWF, the Center for American Progress and the Center for Naval Analyses, Cargill was one of Food Chain Reaction’s organizers. The company was represented in the game by Corporate Vice President Joe Stone.

“I can’t tell you the number of discussions where people came up to me from other parts of the world, saying ‘we appreciate Cargill’s role in sustainability,’ or ‘Cargill is so important in solutions for feeding the world.’ Sometimes, when you’re inside Cargill, you don’t appreciate that enough, but when you hear from other people how much they’re depending on us to help figure this out, it just increases our responsibility,” said Stone.

Unintended consequences

Over two days, the players – divided into teams for Africa, Brazil, China, the EU, India, the U.S., international business and investors, and multilateral institutions – crafted their policy responses as delegations engaged in intensive negotiations.

Cooperation mostly won the day over the short term individual advantage. Teams pledged to build international information networks and early warning systems on hunger and crops together, invest jointly in smart agricultural technology and build up global food stocks as a buffer against climate shocks.

In the face of a steep price spike with looming global food shortages in 2022, the EU at one point suspended its environmental rules for agriculture and introduced a tax on meat. Both measures were quickly reversed in 2025, as harvests went back to normal and tensions eased in the hypothetical universe.

The most eye-catching result, however, was a deal between the U.S., the EU, India and China, standing in for the top 20 greenhouse gas emitters, to institute a global carbon tax and cap CO2 emissions in 2030.

“We’ve learned that a carbon tax is a possibility in years ahead,” acknowledged Stone. “But before we can consider moving ahead with a measure like that, we must study it and understand it much better. We have to avoid sudden market distortions and unforeseen consequences.”

Stone said he was impressed with the complexity of the game and the second and third order consequences of some of the decisions that were taken. “Take the meat tax Europe wanted to impose, and think through that. What meat are you going to tax – does that mean poultry and beef or aquaculture as well? Where do you levy the tax, where does the money go, what are the unintended consequences?”

‘Not just putting out fires’

The game was built over the course of months, with maximal realism in mind. The scenario was extrapolated from events that have actually occurred in the real world, such as the food crisis of 2008-2009 or the recent string of hottest years and months on record.

Cargill economist Tim Bodin, who helped design the game and sat on the judges’ panel that evaluated the team’s moves, said he was surprised by the degree of cooperation. “Most people started out with a short-term perspective, but transitioned to long-term measure pretty quickly – they started working to strengthen resiliency instead of just putting out fires.”

The realism of the exercise exceeded expectations, said former U.S. Senate majority leader Tom Daschle, who acted as a mentor to the players. “It’s much closer to the real world than you’d think. The people who play here are very committed and serious.”

Can Our Butts Breathe

The article says they would never try on humans. Yet, Japan is headed in this direction. After reading about how mice survive or not, this technique. I cringe at the thought human beings used for the same experiment. Imagine if it were you or a loved one left on a ventilator. A loved one left to science. Just a body without words or actions. A body with maybe just thoughts lost amid their silent screams.

https://massivesci.com/articles/rectal-breathing-oxygen-enema-ventilators/

Synthetic Life

Will we be alike genetically? Will we be the same? Will we be individuals? Will we be the same? What will we become? Will we be the same? Will we be alike? What will we be?

https://www.nist.gov/news-events/news/2021/03/scientists-create-simple-synthetic-cell-grows-and-divides-normally

Mycoplasma Infections: Symptoms, Bacteria Species & Treatment

Synthetic life forms can produce vaccines, gobble up CO2 and more, says expert

Scientists can now genetically engineer humans. A big new report asks whether we should.

Do they want us to become all the same biologically and genetically?

Scientists can now genetically engineer humans. A big new report asks whether we should.https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2017/2/15/14613878/national-academy-genome-editing-humans

I cringe when I realize that Synthia may be called God soon enough. A synthetic life form controlled by the genome it is inherited by science.

A self-replicating synthetic form of life.

Synthetic life forms can produce vaccines, gobble up CO2 and more, says expert

By Farhan Nuruzzaman

May 3, 2011

“What we have been doing for the last few decades is reading the genetic code. I call it digitizing biology. DNA is an analog molecule, and when we read the four letters of the genetic code and put back information into the computer, we are converting the four nucleotides to ones and zeroes on the computer,” said Venter. “Now the challenge has been to go the other way, and start from those ones and zeroes to get life back out of the computer.”

“The National Institutes of Health has funded my institute to create synthetic pieces of every known flu virus, so anytime we need a new vaccine, we can just take these pieces off the shelf, and go through the assembly and have flu vaccine stocks in a very short time,” he said. “In the next year or two, you might get the first synthetic DNA vaccines.”

“Synthetic biology is likely to be the No. 1 wealth generator for the next century,” Venter added, citing a study from the Royal Academy of Engineering.

https://news.cornell.edu/stories/2011/05/synthetic-life-forms-can-gobble-co2-says-expert

Artificial Cells and Tissues by Chemistry

A New Era In Science: “Synthia” The First Synthetic Life Is Created

Once it was fixed, the synthetic DNA and its cytoplasm, having been tagged to distinguish it from the DNA of the natural Mycoplasma, started to produce its own proteins.  Those proteins showed no relationship to their synthetic, genetic ‘parent,’ but instead looked and behaved exactly like the natural Mycoplasma.

Synthetic DNA may cause ethical concerns for some, but Synthia, as she (?) is fondly called by her creators, is getting plenty of praise from companies ready to join the new field of synthetic biology, a combination of chemistry, computer science, molecular biology, genetics and cell biology, to breed industrial life forms that can secrete fuels, vaccines or other saleable products.” (WSJ)

Daisy, meet Synthia.

http://inventorspot.com/articles/new_era_science_synthia_first_synthetic_life_created_42200

First Self-Replicating Synthetic Bacterial Cell – https://www.jcvi.org/research/first-self-replicating-synthetic-bacterial-cell

Smallpox DNA Vaccine Protects Nonhuman Primates against Lethal Monkeypox

Monkeys vaccinated with the L1R DNA vaccine developed severe monkeypox and atypical lesions, but the animals recovered. This suggested that vaccination with L1R alone can confer some protection against monkeypox. The most important finding of this study was that monkeys vaccinated with the 4pox DNA vaccine were protected not only from lethal monkeypox but also from severe disease (Fig. ​(Fig.2b2b and Table ​Table1).1). This is the first demonstration that vaccination with a combination of VACV immunogens, rather than the whole infectious virus, is sufficient to protect nonhuman primates against any poxvirus disease. – https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC387704/

Microneedle arrays coated with charge reversal pH-sensitive copolymers improve antigen-presenting cells-homing DNA vaccine delivery and immune responses. – https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S0168365917310210

Microneedle Arrays Combined with Nanomedicine Approaches for Transdermal Delivery of Therapeutics

https://www.mdpi.com/2077-0383/10/2/181/htm

Raped by Boy Scouts of America 12,254 times

I am appalled by the sexual abuse countrywide of our youth.

Lifting The Boy Scouts’ Ban On Gay Leaders

Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts prepare to lead marchers while waving flags at the 41st annual Pride Parade Sunday, June 28, 2015, in Seattle. (Elaine Thompson/AP)This article is more than 6 years old.

Heros Are Made of Courage

What does the Lion in The Wizard of Oz say?

“Then, if you don’t mind, I’ll go with you,” said the Lion, “for my life is simply unbearable without a bit of courage.” “You will be very welcome,” answered Dorothy, “for you will help to keep away the other wild beasts. It seems to me they must be more cowardly than you are if they allow you to scare them so easily.”

The wizard goes on to say to the lion, “Back where I come from we have men who are called heroes. Once a year they take their fortitude out of mothballs and they parade it down the main street and they have no more courage than you have.”

The Cowardly Lion: [crying] You’re right, I am a coward!I haven’t any courage at all.

http://reappropriate.co/2014/01/korematsu-day-remembering-the-japanese-american-heroes-who-had-the-courage-to-defend-their-country-by-defying-it/