When science starts playing and splicing different species and animals together to create a cure, risks are taken that could produce a terrible outcome for the good of some future hope, there is at least logic to the attempt. However, when mankind starts doing these kinds of things with the sole intent of killing, then the actions are nothing short of a crime against humanity itself.
The BBC had reported that researchers have created all kinds of strange (and potentially dangerous) chimeras and even a spider goat. China has wronged nature in a similar manner for the purpose of ending human life by creating new muscle bound dogs that look like a cross between a super hero cartoon and something from a horror film, the Express has confirmed today.
The creatures were bred in a lab and are “hyper-muscular.” The dogs are stronger and much faster than regular dogs and the goal of Chinese is to create humans with such characteristics in order to make them better killers.
That is right, we are talking about real test tube warriors that are bred to fight, to kill, and who have their DNA altered. What could go wrong?
Talks of “weaponized humans” is already underway and David King, director of Human Genetics Alert (HGA) is not the least bit happy about it.
“It’s true that the more and more animals that are genetically engineered using these techniques brings us closer to the possibility of genetic engineering of humans,” he warns.
He added, “Dogs as a species, in respect of cloning are very difficult, and even more difficult to clone human beings. There’s no medical case for it, the scientists are interested in being the first person in the world to create a genetically engineer child.”
Not only that, but he also said “They’re interested in science and the technology and their careers. They will continue pushing the regulations for it. That does set us on the road to eugenics. I am very concerned with what I’m seeing.”
This means that once again, all of this leads to new ways to kill us, not to help us live longer or healthier. Sure, perhaps some new muscle therapy with arise from this dabbling, but that is an afterthought.
As man unlocks the mysteries of cloning and DNA manipulation, it would be wise to remember that some mistakes can not be undone.