Biotech company to take human DNA and create artificial embryos used to harvest organs for medical transplants


Do you remember the American dystopian science fiction action thriller film ‘The Island’ in which the hero, Lincoln, learns the compound inhabitants are clones used for organ harvesting as well as surrogates for wealthy people in the outside world and attempts to escape this perfect world to expose the illegal cloning movement? Well, it’s about to go reality… A biotech company wants to take human DNA and create artificial embryos that could be used to harvest organs for medical transplants.

A biotech company wants to take human DNA and create artificial embryos that could be used to harvest organs for medical transplants
A biotech company wants to take human DNA and create artificial embryos that could be used to harvest organs for medical transplants. Image: Ge_tty

The biotechnology company based in Israel wants to replicate a recent experiment that successfully created an artificial mouse embryo from stem cells — only this time with human cells.

Scientists at Weizmann’s Molecular Genetics Department grew “synthetic mouse embryos” in a jar without the use of sperm, eggs, or a womb, according to a paper published in the journal Cell on August 1. It was the first time the process had been successfully completed.

The replica embryos could not develop into fully-formed mice and were therefore not “real,” said Jacob Hanna, who led the experiment. However, scientists observed the synthetic embryos having a beating heart, blood circulation, the start of a brain, a neural tube, and an intestinal tract.

Hanna told MIT Technology Review after the success of the mouse experiment he is working to replicate the results with human cells, including his own.

The embryo is the best organ-making machine and the best 3D bioprinter — we tried to emulate what it does,” Hanna said in a statement.

Other experts say it will take significantly more research before synthetic human embryos are within reach.

Renewal Bio, the Israel-based company founded by Hanna, wants to use this science for organ tissue transplants that could solve infertility, genetic diseases, and issues related to old age.

For example, the MIT Technology Review reported that blood cells from the embryo could potentially be used to help boost immunocompromised systems.

Renewal Bio believes some of the world’s most pressing problems are “declining birth rates and fast aging populations,” according to the company website.

To solve these complex and compounding issues, Renewal Bio aims to make humanity younger and healthier by leveraging the power of the new stem cell technology,” the website reads.

Omri Amirav-Drory, the acting CEO of Renewal Bio, told the MIT Technology Review that the company did not want to “overpromise” or scare people with the potential technology, but that Hanna’s experiment was “amazing.”

The use of human embryo clones for research has frequently raised ethical concerns within the scientific community, including the potential that synthetic embryos may experience pain or sentience, according to a 2017 paper published in the journal eLife.

Hanna told the MIT Technology Review that he could potentially get around these ethical concerns by creating synthetic human embryos with “no lungs, no heart, or no brain. [BI] has been banned from ad networks and is now entirely reader-supported CLICK HERE (or the banner below) TO SUPPORT MY WORK… I will send you a small gemstone if you give more than 25$… Thanks in advance!

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  1. I am not surprised that many of the supposedly “godly people” would even think that using embryos body parts would be ethical, let alone think that God would approve of that evil.

    But that’s apparent when such read from bastard versions of the bible, or torah.

    When people think that growing humans in artificial wombs, regardless of whether or not the said embryo has a conscience or soul, to have cut off their parts for implanting into other person’s bodies, is a sign of forsaking God and his commandments for humans to live and be preserved by. Psalms 9:17 KJV

    If it’s your time to go, God is calling you home. Don’t fight against God. Some think that they can extend their life with pharmakia, but such are under the curse of Asa, II chronicles 16:12 KJV

    It is often errantly misquoted regarding Mark 2:27 KJV, doesn’t mean you can be Constantine I (321 A.D.) and change the sabbath day. Christ Jesus makes it a point to say that you can do well on the sabbath day (Matthew12:12 KJV), but remember, He did not destroy (abolish) the law (Luke 16:17 KJV).

    Deuteronomy 28:53 KJV still stands as a sign of wicked sinfulness, that being cannibalizing people, whether for eating them or for their organs. Micah 3:3 KJV.

    Besides this, you will be on anti-rejection medicine for the rest of your life, otherwise the body that God designed for you will destroy the implanted body part.

    If God wanted people to cut off each other’s organs, He would of allowed the body to accept the said organs, instead of the body rejecting them by God’s divine wisdom instructing the human body to do so.

    And there are some that misconceive the notion that god gave humans the technology and science to reengineer themselves. This too is an egregious error.

    Of course if anyone thinks that cloning human embryos for organs is a good thing, then obviously they have the mark RNA of the beast injections in their bodies, and are no longer human in the eyes of God, ineligible for salvation through Christ’s Jesus sacrifice for human beings.

  2. Oh for crying out loud. Yep! Lots of valid ethical and spiritual questions around the research. However, if science can eventually produce a human body without self awareness, without sentience and without a soul, then there is nothing in the least wrong with using the body for spare parts. People need to quit the arm waiving, fear porn, about it and work to accomplish this potential improvement to the lives of millions of people without violating God’s law. Which by the way, as I have outlined the conditions, is not even the slightest bit against God’s law. Additionally, remember what Jesus said about the following the letter of the law at the expense of human need: Mark 2:27–28 “The Sabbath was made for man, not man for the Sabbath.” In other words, The law was made for man not man for the law. Man is God’s priority, not the law. And yes, that even includes growing human compatible body parts in animals.

  3. I likewise agree, .50cal, According to (KJV) Acts 4:14, Romans 1:23 , II Peter 2:4-5, Jude 6, God provided salvation to mankind only, not animals, angels, or simulacrum humanoids.
    Certain people believe in mixing DNA of man and beast, which is the wrong interpretation of Jeremiah 31:27.

    With that said, there’s a great video on bitchutetitled GOD’S NAME IS IN YOUR DNA. The enzyme in the shots replicating in your cells are based on the idea and principal of the invisible ink tattoo SoMark (soul mark). That really sums up what we’re saying.

    What God made perfect, satan remakes defected. Remaking the human being, with satans mark injections in people, and creating soulless simulacrum humanoid embryos, being peak defectivity.

    I perceive that the mandated injections (brewed from cultivated embryonic cells, no doubt), is being forced on everyone, even to the remotest amazon tribes. Can anyone deny that this is the mark?

    And when the gov’t denies all service to the unmarked, I know that locusts and grasshoppers are biblically kosher to eat (Leviticus 11:22 KJV). Crickets, cicadas, meal worms, maggots, cockroaches, however are not. I will not be eating those. Nobody should eat those. Period.

  4. I’m sure “the island” was more of a documentary than a sci fi movie.
    I’m convinced this has been going on for decades.
    The big question is what kind of spirit inhabits or takes possession of a vacant, soulless artificial body?
    And how many “ people” do we encounter every day who aren’t real?
    …. That us apart from actors and politicians. Everybody already knows they’re not real.

  5. You’re right, .50cal, this is an abomination.
    Like when they cloned dolly at the sheep experimenting station in Idaho, that was a threshold that never should have been crossed.
    Now with the mandated injection(s), everyone is subjected to the genetic experiment.
    I believe that the shots leave people sterile, without regeneration.
    That’s why there’s a need for cloning embryos, artificially made organs, synthesized body parts, and the like.
    Because the Mark RNA of the beast jabs leave their victims with mass organ failure, cells unable to repair damaged tissue, and no possibility of procreation to replenish the already sterile human populations.
    That is why “they” need cloning.

    • @Thomas,

      Well, we are all in concensus on this bioethics nightmare. The transhuman aspect of this makes me believe God will not accept synthetic humans into the kingdom of heaven. If the DNA is altered, then that is against God’s creation. In fact it is an insult. Same with the genital mutilation creatures that the frankenscience monsters are creating. Insult to God. I’m sticking with God and not bending a knee to this crap. No brain chips either. No cricket foods. No fake vaxx. None of it.

    • Shots are not mandated, we still have medical rights. Not all employers mandated, yet this violated medical rights and Nuremberg code. Employers later dropped the mandate.

  6. Bioethics has gone down the crapper. I presume if you are a satanist and godless heathen this idea may appeal, but it is an abomination.

  7. Been happening for over 20 years now, look into it. Started in the late 70’s early 80’s and the “molly the sheep” was to tests the general public feedback on cloning humans.

    • Molly the cloned sheep was received poorly by people in the early days of the internet, when Windows 3.1, AOL, and Netscape mozilla browser were the main vehicles in internet life, circa 1992.

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