The World’s First GMO Babies: Is This an Introduction to Mass Production of Genetically Modified Humans?

Posted: 10 Mar 2013 04:53 AM PDT

Genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are scientists ways of trying to play gods by artificially tinkering and combining genes of species. If done in harmony with nature and equip with the right knowledge, experimenting with genes of species is not harmful to the integrity of their genes. The problem with modern scientists is that they do not have enough knowledge to mess with genes. Plus, they tend to exploit nature instead of work with it.

The proof that modern scientists do not have enough knowledge to create GMOs that are as good as the originals can be found in the negative effects of genetically modified food (GM food). GM food has been linked toinfertilitybirth defectsimmune disorders, growth and digestive problems, and premature aging.

Companies in the GMO business do not want to do extensive and long term studies on their products because these studies cost a lot of money. In addition, they want to get their final products out on the market as quick as possible so they can make quick profits. By being greedy and irresponsible and not doing extensive and long term studies, the consumers end up being the guinea pigs and suffering from the harmful effects of GMOs.

Genetically modifying human genes has been going on for decades

The excerpts below claim that the first GMO babies were born recently. However, certain secret factions within governments throughout the world have been tinkering and experimenting with human genes for decades. The results of their experiments have led to the creation of cloned and genetically modified humans. These secret black projects are so secret that most presidents of the world are not even aware of them.

GMO babies and human cloning are going to be more common in the near future unless we stand up and stop allowing ignorant scientists and irresponsible governments to exploit nature with their foolish genetic experiments. Messing with nature without seriously thinking of the consequences could lead to the extinction of many species on Earth, including the human species. If we allow these genetic experiments to go unchecked, mass production of genetically modified humans could become a common thing in the near future.