Wednesday, January 19, 2011

a Twist for transhumanism

Recently, I featured an article that spieled about Transhumanism, now, surfing across the internet---with a prickling sensation of amusement, I was alarmed to the articles that have been newsflashed like everywhere across the web.

One of those was from FoxNews.com. It has been reported that the Spanish researchers want to tag embryos with bar codes. Researchers from the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona in Spain have just finished testing a method for imprinting microscopic bar codes on mouse embryos---a procedure which they wished to test soon on humans. Read more: click

Look out, your medicine is watching you
Another one was from Reuters.com. Novartis AG plans to seek regulatory approval within 18 months for a pioneering tablet containing an embedded microchip, bringing the concept of “smart-pill” technology a step closer. "We are taking forward this transplant drug with a chip and we hope within the next 18 months to have something that we will be able to submit to the regulators, at least in Europe," Mundel told the Reuters Health Summit in New York.

The biotech start-up's ingestible chips are activated by stomach acid and send information to a small patch worn on the patient's skin, which can transmit data to a Smartphone or send it over the Internet to a doctor. Longer-term, he hopes to expand the "smart pill" concept to other types of medicine and use the wealth of biometric information the Proteus chip can collect.

Next one is the dominating Nanobot which is believed to be the next generation of nanomachines---it is predicted in the future that we will have nanobots injected into our bodies.

So, what exactly Nanobots are?
Nanobots are incredibly tiny robots, down at a microscopic scale. The name comes from a combination of the nanometer, the scale the devices are built at, and robot.

The theoretical uses of nanobots are virtually endless, as their size would allow them to essentially rebuild matter. In this sense, properly programmed nanobots would be able to take raw materials and build them into anything, from proteins to foods to tiny microprocessors.

Advanced Nanobots will be able to sense and adapt to environmental stimuli such as heat, light, sounds, surface textures, and chemicals; perform complex calculations; move, communicate and work together; conduct molecular assembly; and to some extent, repair or even replicate themselves.

However, the most famous doomsday scenario given when discussing nanobots is the so-called grey goo situation. This is a theoretical situation where a swarm of nanobots gets out of control or is plague with a computer virus, and begins deconstructing all matter, resulting in everything on the planet eventually being turned into a shapeless goo.

Despite from that dreadful grey goo caused by nanobots, I admit that having those injected in your body sounds absolutely perfect, in fact, it is perfect relating to an optimum level of living.

In the other hand, I understand how sciences continue to dig an out of this world way of living. But possibly-----or could be this whole idea is a stepping stone of bringing up to reality the so-called Transhumanism- a movement that claims to support the use of all forms of technology to improve human beings. It is a highly organized and well financed movement that is extremely focused on subverting and replacing every aspect of what we are as human beings – including our physical biology, the individuality of our minds and purposes of our lives – and the replacement of all existing religious and spiritual beliefs with a new religion of their own---which we all know is Satanism.

Be reminded that all of these were being prophesized in the Bible...

For farther info pls read: 

Transhumanism: A Change for Good?

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