(by 2nd Smartest Guy in the World | Substack) – Let me introduce you to Jennifer Doudna. Doudna is an American biochemist who has done pioneering work in CRISPR gene editing, and made other fundamental contributions in biochemistry and genetics. She received the 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, with Emmanuelle Charpentier, “for the development of a method for genome editing”
Doudna also happens to be in the World Economic Forum.
Some of you will be familiar with CRISPR (Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats) whilst for others it will be entirely new. What I can guarantee is that you will see things in a whole new light once you understand the power of CRISPR. The question you have to ask yourself, is Doudna another female Bond villain or is she just another “useful idiot” with ties to the WEF.
The best person to explain CRISPR is Doudna. I have transcribed the short 45 second video below.
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“Many scientists believe that genetic engineering is the future of our evolution. It provides us with a chance to give ourselves any traits we want, such as muscle mass or eye colour. Basically, anything is possible that CRISPR technology can be used for things like enhancement.
“Imagine that we could try to engineer humans that have enhanced properties such as stronger bones or less susceptibility to cardiovascular disease, or even to have properties that we would consider maybe to be desirable like different eye colour or to be taller, things like that. Designer humans, if you will, Geo-engineered humans are not with us yet. But this is no longer science fiction”
Pretty damn scary if you ask me. When you hear somebody talking about designer humans and the fact that geo-engineered humans are not with us yet, then you can pretty sure that it is already here. She is right though when she says it is no longer science fiction. Human cloning is here and probably has been for years.
If you want a more scientific explanation to understand CRISPR and how DNA is connected to RNA then just by chance she explained it to an audience in Davos at the WEF in 2018. The WEF of all places. Fancy that.
It’s a short 5 minute video and worth watching.
I’m sure it’s just a coincidence that the inventor of CRISPR’s last 3 initials in her surname are DNA 😉. It’s probably also just a coincidence that a man by the name of Bill Gates is also very, very interested in this technology.
Of course Gates is promoting it in a positive light. He even made a video for YouTube called
How CRISPR could save lives and end diseases
The video has been viewed 150,000 times with 7.2k likes and not one dislike. The comments are also turned off. (2SG: the video has 1.5k dislikes, but you require the Return YouTube Dislike extension for your browser.)
Edge Animal Health was set up for the development of improved livestock vaccines using CRISPR. Their web site has still to go live.
CRISPR Therapeutics is to explore new capabilities for in vivo targeted durable suppression of HIV.
Gates also invested 3.6 million dollars in a company called Acceligen in the area of agricultural development.