The Transhumanist Scrapbook – The Thoughts Of Omission


Joseph P. Farrell Ph.D
January 27, 2015

Occasionally, as regular readers here know, I blog about some aspect of the techno-insanity that calls itself the transhumanist movement. And usually, this takes the form of commentary on the latest techno-wizardry and all the wonderful “benefits” it’s supposed to bring. But today, in conjunction with the following two articles, I want to propose an experiment, to see if perhaps others are noticing the same things, or, as the case may be, if I’m all alone at the end of the twig, perched precariously with the weight of my high octane speculations vastly exceding the load-bearing capabilities of the twig.Consider first this story about genetic anti-aging research:

Elites pouring billions into gene-therapy research

While it’s good to know that others have noticed the same thing that we’ve commented on here, namely, that some members of the elites already appear to have access to some unknown or hidden medical life-extension technologies – as the article points out, think of Queen Elizabeth II, Henry Kissinger, David Rockefeller, and so on – there’s something that is not mentioned here, and for a few moments, I’ll leave it for you the reader to think about what that is, while we ponder this more recent story out of Germany about “spermbots”:

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