100% lab-grown babies in FIVE YEARS: Japanese researchers are on cusp of creating human eggs and sperm that can be grown in a fake womb

Growing human babies from scratch in a lab could be possible in just five years thanks to a new breakthrough.

Researchers in Japan are on the cusp of being able to create human eggs and sperm in the lab from scratch, which would then develop in an artificial womb.

Professor Katsuhiko Hayashi, a Japanese scientist at Kyushu University who has already figured out the process in mice, believes he is just five years away from replicating the results in humans. 


This is the other boom in super intelligence coming soon. Manipulating gametes will boost human IQs and other desirable traits above any human who has ever lived. This is a form of eugenics that does not involve killing people or depriving them of the right to produce offspring. People will be able to choose to breed the old way and produce offspring by Darwinian chance, or the new way and have their best genes mingled in a laboratory. It will also be possible to build even better outcomes by multigenerational manipulation of gametes. There is no way to stop technology like this and no reason to want to. Many social problems will cease to exist due to tech like this. ABN

Earth in hot water? Worries over sudden ocean warming spike

The world’s oceans have suddenly spiked much hotter and well above record levels in the last few weeks, with scientists trying to figure out what it means and whether it forecasts a surge in atmospheric warming.

Some researchers think the jump in sea surface temperatures stems from a brewing and possibly strong natural El Nino warming weather condition plus a rebound from three years of a cooling La Nina, all on top of steady global warming that is heating deeper water below. If that’s the case, they said, record-breaking ocean temperatures this month could be the first in many heat records to shatter.

From early March to this week, the global average ocean sea surface temperature jumped nearly two-tenths of a degree Celsius (0.36 degree Fahrenheit), according to the University of Maine’s Climate Reanalyzer, which climate scientists use and trust. That may sound small, but for the average of the world’s oceans — which is 71% of Earth’s area —to rise so much in that short a time, “that’s huge,” said University of Colorado climate scientist Kris Karnauskas. “That’s an incredible departure from what was already a warm state to begin with.”

Climate scientists have been talking about the warming on social media and amongst themselves. Some, like University of Pennsylvania’s Michael Mann, quickly dismiss concerns by saying it is merely a growing El Nino on top of a steady human-caused warming increase.

Other climate scientists, including National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration oceanographer Gregory C. Johnson, say it doesn’t appear to be just El Nino. There are several marine heat waves or ocean warming spots that don’t fit an El Nino pattern, such as those in the northern Pacific near Alaska and off the coast of Spain, he said.

“This is an unusual pattern. This is an extreme event at a global scale” in areas that don’t fit with merely an El Nino, said Princeton University climate scientist Gabe Vecchi. “That is a huge, huge signal. I think it’s going to take some level of effort to understand it.”


UPDATE: Note that St. Mann ‘quickly dismisses’ the new evidence. This is exactly what we have just seen with covid ‘science’ when authorities quickly dismissed, even ridiculed, early treatments including innocuous vitamin D3 while simultaneously promoting dangerous vaxxes. Similar layers of mind-control are determining our foreign policy in Ukraine, our open border, and the baleful rise of wokeness and urban crime. There is a pattern and it is pretty obvious and it is not beneficial to moral, clear-thinking, normally cooperative citizens. These are enemy ideas being used to destroy our nation state and civilization. ‘Our side’, the only side we have, is reason, real science, clear thinking, compassion and wisdom. This is a heavy burden for any population to carry, but carry it we must. There is no other way forward. ABN

Scandinavians are the earliest Europeans

Scientists have sequenced a 37,000-year-old genome. The results show that present-day Scandinavians are the closest living relatives to the first people in Europe.

The study, which was recently published in Science, sheds entirely new light on who we are as Europeans.

“From a genetic point of view he’s an European,” says Professor Eske Willerslev, Director of the Centre for GeoGenetics at the University of Copenhagen, who was involved in the new study, and adds:

“Actually, he is closer to Danes, Swedes, Finns and Russians than to Frenchmen, Spaniards and Germans”.

Split happened within a 8.000 year gap

The new results reveal that the man is the oldest that we know of so far to genetically represent a separate line from the forebears of present-day Asians. This is decisive when it comes to dating one of the most important events in history.

“We can now date the separation time between Asians and Europeans,” says Professor Rasmus Nielsen from the University of Copenhagen and the University of California, Berkeley, who was also involved in the study.

He points out that the Kostenki genome sets a line 37,000 years ago. Here the lines must have split, while the 45,000-year-old genome from the recently discovered Ust’ Ishim in Siberia sets the limit in the other direction.

This gives the answer to one of the biggest questions in the history of mankind; scientists now know that it is within the 8000 year gap that Europeans and Asians went their separate ways. 


Early peopling of Europe – Eske Willerslev comments on the latest DNA research

FDA approves genetically altered pork to be sold at restaurants and grocery stores

The US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved the sale of genetically modified pigs at restaurants and grocery stores.

The altered pork, made as German-style sausages, was developed by scientists at Washington State University who used CRISPR to improve genetic traits in livestock.

The team used the gene-editing tool to pass elite DNA from one breeder to several others, which let more males pass on desirable traits and improve food production.

This process could produce livestock that can thrive in harsh conditions – and still provide adequate nutrition for people. 


More Carbon Dioxide Is Good, Less Is Bad

People should be celebrating, not demonizing, modern increases in atmospheric carbon dioxide (CO2). We cannot overstate the importance of the gas. Without it, life doesn’t exist. Rare, exotic exceptions are anaerobic life forms dwelling at out-of-the-way places like ocean-bottom volcanic vents.

First, a bit of history: During each of the last four glacial advances, CO2’s concentration fell below 190 parts per million (ppm), less than 50 percent of our current concentration of 420 ppm. When glaciers began receding about 14,000 years ago – a blink in geological time – CO2 levels fell to 182 ppm, a concentration thought to be the lowest in Earth’s history.

Line of Death

Why is this alarming? Because below 150 ppm, most terrestrial plant life dies. Without plants, there are no animals.


Something vague that you can’t see but is deadly and if we don’t act now we’s all gonna die! They used the same story on covid. This shows how powerful that mind-control formula is. ABN

Ocean warming ‘coming out of the sea floor like a firehose’

“This is an unusual pattern (50 days of exceptional ocean warming) – an extreme event at a global scale, [not] merely an El Nino,” said Princeton University climate scientist Gabe Vecchi. “That is a huge, huge signal.”

“The University of Colorado’s Karnauskas took global sea surface temperature anomalies over the past several weeks and subtracted the average temperature anomalies from earlier in the year to see where the sudden burst of warming is highest. He found a long stretch across the equator from South America to Africa, including both the Pacific and Indian oceans, responsible for much of the global temperature spike.”


What could precipitate this?:

❌Solar irradiance
❌Man’s greenhouse gas activity
❌Milankovitch cycling
❌Natural greenhouse gas emission
❌Lack of volcanic suspended carbon
❌Suspended methane or water vapor

✅Heat plume from Earth’s exothermic core

“They explored in that direction, and what they saw was not just methane bubbles, but [~9 degree hotter] water coming out of the seafloor like a firehose. That’s something I’ve never seen and, to my knowledge, has not been observed before.”



Originally tweeted by Ethical Skeptic ☀ (@EthicalSkeptic) on May 2, 2023.