Tuesday, October 29, 2013

DNA Downloaded from the Internet? Leading Geneticist Says Yes!

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Nicholas West
Activist Post

The digitizing of DNA in order to transform naturally evolving life forms into programmable computer code has been an ongoing mission of the elite. In 2010, the White House gave the all-clear to this type of research in the name of "clean energy, pollution control and medicine," which included the ability to "manipulate DNA of organisms to forge new life forms."

Craig Venter and his J. Craig Venter Institute is at the top of the pyramid which is directing this research. As far back as 2003, a BBC article titled "Warning on Gene 'ID Cards'" cited Craig Venter as a leading scientist in gene mapping who, at the time, was offering the "very rich" a chance to buy their gene map for $710,000. This threatens to set up a division of gene class where elites would have access to potentially life-saving information, while the underclass could be discriminated against. The short above-linked article concludes with an even more critical warning by Dr. Helen Wallace of GeneWatch that, "What we could end up with is a massive DNA database by the back door." (Source)

This warning clearly went unheeded as DNA database news comes out almost daily in 2013. Now Craig Venter has revealed his latest concept: "a gadget that could teletransport medicine and vaccines into our homes or to colonists in space."