Mutant human-animal hybrid sparks fears of ‘Frankenstein’ creatures


Researchers conducting human-animal hybrid experiments struck fear into federal lawmakers worried that nightmare scenarios of Frankenstein creatures have become reality.

Man-monkey hybrid sparks fears of 'Frankenstein' creatures
Man-monkey hybrid sparks fears of ‘Frankenstein’ creatures. Picture: DailySquib

Earlier this year, researchers announced a blending of man and monkey.

The Salk Institute for Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, said in April that it participated with a China-led research team in an experiment by injecting human stem cells into monkey embryos.

They allowed the resulting creature to live and grow for 19 days before terminating it. The researchers responsible for the technology used in the experiment said their work aided the study of embryonic development.

Federal officials have placed a moratorium on U.S. funding of such research, but they are reviewing the restrictions and scientific developments as Congress debates a bill to spend nearly $200 billion of taxpayers’ money on research and development endeavors to counter China.

Sen. Mike Braun, Indiana Republican, said he is worried that such human-animal hybrid experiments will cross ethical boundaries and contravene the dignity and sanctity of human life.

I mean, any of us could speculate on kind of the Frankenstein concept, let’s put it that way, which that was being referred to as in terms of what this leads to,” Mr. Braun said.

And he added: “I don’t know. I think that I do believe that there’s a genuine interest in taking so much that we’ve learned through DNA analysis, understanding the genome of not only human beings but other animals, that there’s going to be that [temptation] contagion to go beyond maybe, just the altruistic effort of finding cures for very, very vexing ailments like ALS, like Alzheimer’s, like any of the diseases that are out there that are significant, that we’re not even to the point where we know exactly what causes it, let alone cures.

Like Mr. Braun, I am against chimeras that involve the blending of human embryos with animal wombs and animal embryos with human wombs. What about you? [Washington Times]

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  1. Someone told me that the mythical culture of Atlantis may have experimented with hybrids. I was telling them, I don’t know about that, but the ancient Egyptians all have their gods depicted with animal heads. The ancient Roman mythology stories allude to fornication with animals as I remember.

    Weird stuff most definitely. I do not think any of it is a good idea. Goes against my principles.

  2. C-Asian or asian both have the chromosomal markers of neanderthals/chimpanzee dna…that is not being racist. IT is facts.

  3. Been going on for decades. Stop insulting God, or pay the price.

    By the way, that chimp human hybrid looks like Faucci.

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