October 25, 2013
Researchers at the University of California (UoC) David Geffen School of Medicine (DGSM) are exploring human genetics to understand cancer and stem cells with respect to the process of aging.
Specifically, female human breast tissue was found to be biologically older than the rest of the body.
Steve Horvath, lead author of the study and professor of genetics and biostatistics at UoC, explained: “To fight aging, we first need an objective way of measuring it. Pinpointing a set of biomarkers that keeps time throughout the body has been a 4-year challenge.”
The focal point being methylation, which alters the chemical make-up of DNA, an internal measurement of time technique was established to tell the age of human organs and cell types.
Darryl Shibata, professor of pathology at UoC Keck School of Medicine (KSM) said : “Changes in DNA methylation do occur with aging. It’s another way of saying we fall apart. The general idea that you can read a genome and it reflects the aging process is probably correct. But the weakness is that this study doesn’t provide a mechanism, and without a mechanism it’s just a correlation.”
Shibata warned: “No one knows how this clock works yet and numerous steps are needed before the epigenetic clock is considered more than a statistical model.”
Horvath asserted: “My goal in inventing this clock is to help scientists improve their understanding of what speeds up and slows down the human aging process.”
Surprisingly, Horvath was able to show that a “healthy breast tissue is about 2 to 3 years older than the rest of a woman’s body. If a woman has breast cancer, the healthy tissue next to the tumor is an average of 12 years older than the rest of her body.”
Indeed it was also shown that “tumor tissue on average 36 years older than healthy tissue” which could explain “age is a major risk factor for cancers in both males and females.”
Further study lead to the discovery that while pluripotent stem cells are “reprogramed to an embryotic stem cell-like state” they are also “the process of transforming a person’s cells into pluripotent stem cells resets the cells’ clock to zero.”
In other words, this discovery may pave a path for other scientists to rewind the body’s biological clock – even resetting it to zero.
Horvoth asked: “[Does] the biological clock controls a mechanism that leads to aging? If so, the clock will become an important biomarker for studying new therapeutic approaches to keeping us young.”
Based on this finding, the UCLA have filed a patent and are funding another study to refine the prospect of stopping the human body from aging by asking whether or not this process would be classified as carcinogenic.
There is a social obsession with with the merging man and machine, transhumanism and immortality.
Basing advancements on scientific research, the 2045 Program will create “a new vision of human development that meets global challenges humanity faces today, realization of the possibility of a radical extension of human life by means of cybernetic technology, as well as the formation of a new culture associated with these technologies.”
Headed by Dimitry Itskov, the Avatar Project, an off-shoot of 2045, will house human brains in disembodied vehicles. They will initially be transplanted into robots, then humans by 2045 with the advancement of reverse-engineering; an effective “downloading” of human consciousness onto a computer chip.
The ideology at the 2045 Program asserts that humanity “is in need of a new evolutionary strategy” consisting of a balance between the complexity of technological advances and the acceleration of informational processes to expand the “limited, primitive human” into a “highly self-organized” and technologically “higher intelligence”.
Technology can organize society and integrate unification of a super collective consciousness – a superbeing.
By doing away with individuality, the conclusion is the elimination of:
• Lack of consumer provisions
• Aging, illness and death
• Crime and conflicts
• Natural disasters and catastrophes
Superpeople are the epitome of communitarianism and collectivism as the new globalist vision of society marches toward immortal superpeople.
Because communitarianism is the ideology of the importance of community over the individual, the creation of a communalist society is the emphatic over-reaching value that if it does not provide for the whole, it is not worth pursuit.
The concept of the neo-human and neo-humanity is the replacement for a post-industrial capitalist and consumer-based society where a new form of civilization will emerge.
The goal of transhumanism is to replace all existing laws with the purpose of destroying the essence of humanity for the sake of control.
Hybrid humans with robotic implants are expected to be released into the general public by 2014.
Humanity+, “an international nonprofit membership organization which advocates the ethical use of technology to expand human capacities”.
According to the “Transhumanist Declaration”, they advocate old and new ideals of globalist transhumanism by promoting:
• Using technology to “broaden human potential” by overcoming aging and “cognitive shortcomings”
• Provide forums where globalist scientist and researchers can “deliberate how [to enhance humanity through science] to expedite beneficial applications”
• Facilitate “social order, improve human foresight and wisdom” through genetic enhancement
• Influence policymakers to include the transhumanist “responsible and moral vision”
The Transhumanist Agenda uses eugenics, reproductive controls, sterilization campaigns, genetic engineering, RFID chips and rewiring of the brain through pharmaceuticals to achieve their goals. Their quest for immortality with the merging of human and machine is just one part in their convoluted scheme to retain their global dominance over our society. For now, the general public is guinea pigs to be used to prefect their experiments so that by 2050, they will have full implemented their control grid and there will be no one to dissent.