September 22, 2018
Will this lead to White sharia, or total degeneracy?
Every woman in the world must be sweating bullets right about now – their primary function is just about to be replicated artificially by scientific methods.
In other words, the prospect of sexbots with artificial wombs is no longer a pipe dream, but rather a very real nightmare – for skanks.
Scientists in Japan have used human blood to successfully create immature human egg cells in a lab for the first time, according to new research published Thursday in Science. The work is a major breakthrough in stem cell research and may lead the way to babies that can be created in a lab using the body tissues or blood of their relatives.
My dream of having a mutant clone army is finally within reach!
As soon as this shit hits the market, the green Adrian horde will spring into action.
Mitinori Saitou, a biologist at Kyoto University who contributed to this pioneering research, managed to produce mouse eggs and sperm from stem cells back in 2012 and used them to breed healthy baby mice. It was the first time that eggs were created from embryonic stem cells.
When Saitou and his colleagues first produced artificial mouse egg cells, these were grown to maturity inside a simulated mouse ovary constructed from the tissue of fetal mice. Since this tissue would be next to impossible to obtain from humans, the researchers had to figure out a different way of creating an artificial ovary.
To produce immature human eggs, Saitou and his colleagues used human blood cells to create induced pluripotent stem cells, which are notable for their ability to become any type of cell. These cells were then injected into tiny, artificial ovaries that were grown in the lab using embryonic cells derived from mice.
This is actually some pretty crazy stuff. I had no idea microbiology had come so far. I thought this kind of thing was decades away.
I guess this is what you can accomplish when you don’t have to support an enormous population of useless brown people.
You can make artificial life – and also, Gundams.
The eggs produced by Saitou and his colleagues are far too immature to be fertilized, much less grow into a human child. Still, they open the door for babies made from the genetic material of relatives, dead or alive. They could also provide a way for infertile people or same-sex partners to produce a child made from their own DNA.
Of course that’s what the faggots at VICE would think of. Sigh.
Show a soyboy or a kike some wondrous new technology, and the first thing they think of is how it could be used to enable the worst vices imaginable.
There’s a very real danger that this is what this technology will be used, however – unless we win this culture war.
The next step, according to the researchers, is to apply a similar process to the production of human sperm and to create egg cells that are mature enough to be fertilized. This will not only require a lot more research, but creating viable human eggs in a lab is also sure to be incredibly controversial.
Eh, no need for artificial sperm.
There’s plenty of that to go around. It’s the eggs that are the bottleneck to peace and prosperity for all mankind.
Focus on that so we can get our sexbots and mutant armies, m’kay?
The one on the right has a very… unique face, huh? I guess taste is subjective.
For example, it could open the door for cloning people who may not have given their consent. As Ronald Green, a bioethicist at Dartmouth, pointed out to NPR, “a woman might want to have George Clooney’s baby and his hairdresser could start selling his hair follicles online. So we suddenly could see many, many progeny of George Clooney without his consent.”
Oh God no!
If there’s one thing we don’t need more of, it’s George Clooneys.
One is already bad enough.
However, an army of Andrew Anglins would obviously make the world a better place. It would definitively help the Stormer meet their daily article quotas, which currently be fulfilled by a generous administration of lashings on writers who do not have Anglin’s DNA.
Science could change that forever.
I don’t know if this is what these Japanese researchers had in mind, but I’ll assume so.