Health on your plate!

FReSH (initials standing for Food Reform for Sustainability and Health) is a benevolent initiative of the “World Business Council” to restructure the world’s food system; and to make companies adapt to it… It was created in 2017 – and its members confer regularly… There are many things that interest the bosses of food, drugs, communications… Keep the name of one …

Eternal youth (superficial first)…

A South Korean cosmetics company called Amorepacific, in collaboration with a team from the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST), is preparing to support and commercialize the latter’s finding to inhibit skin cell aging. KAIST biotechnologists claim that with a combination of chemical and genetic intervention in the cells, they have found a way to “block” a molecule …

Ηave faith and doubt not

Deception is part of the job; especially when the “job” is to impose massive techno-scientific applications that, at best, would be considered dangerous. Therefore, there is a surplus of kibitzers of genetic engineering companies, who use their “charm” to convince that mRNA platforms do not interfere in human DNA, so they are harmless. On February 4, 2020 (when covid 19 …

Bioprinting

Every 1 to 2 seconds, somewhere on the planet, a diabetic will get an ulcer somewhere on the tip of his or her feet. Half of these ulcers become infected within three days at most. Infection eats the flesh. Gangrene… Equally effective is the medical treatment of such conditions: amputation. It is estimated that a mutilation of this kind occurs …

“Biometrics”

When one “locks and unlocks” one’s mobile phone with one’s finger feels safe… isn’t that right? That if it is lost or stolen it will not be able to be unlocked… The same applies if the same job is done with “facial recognition” – via camera. Or “voice recognition”… It’s easier, faster and more playful – compared to, say, having …

Synthetic biology

Synthetic biology (SynBio) is a multidisciplinary area of research that seeks to create new biological parts, devices, and systems, or to redesign systems that are already found in nature. It is a branch of science that encompasses a broad range of methodologies from various disciplines, such as biotechnology, genetic engineering, molecular biology, molecular engineering, systems biology, membrane science, biophysics, chemical …

History of the messenger

What is the biotechnology of messenger RNA? Is it a simple technical breakthrough, as its followers claim, that will only lead to good for humankind? Or is it the first step in mass genetic manipulation of the human body as we advocate? Is it the source of eternal health? Or is it a Frankenstein experiment (though not the first), with …

Bio-hacking: biopolitics in the 21st century

…After all is said and done, the danger is not unknown at all! It is known. The bio-info-security complex wants to “hack” the human immune system, to short-circuit it, to neutralize it, and to make permanent dependence on “artificial immunity” in its stead, that is, dependence on vaccines, drugs and its platforms! In this way it wants not only to permanently hike up its “turnover” (we will all be permanently ill…) but also a few things more…

The candidate vaccines

The JAMA Network (the creator of the video) is the official website (and monthly journal) of the American Medical Association, with a special focus on “bio-technological” sciences. The A.M.A. is introduced as the largest medical association in the u.s (including medical students); therefore it is rather difficult to characterize it as “conspiracist” or “denier” (although you never know…).

mRNA…

What are these mRNA vaccines, the “genetic reprogramming” vaccines, that will “save” us and, about which, we need to know nothing but how miraculous they are? We presented them in cyborg magazine #18 last July.. We copy a few excerpts (inevitably), and we will see what we can do to make more accessible (remember, however, that it takes patience and …

gadgets of pandemic

The futuristic building of Menai Science Park in wales predisposes imagination that something very important is happening there. As a branch of Bangor University and with a budget of 20 million pounds, it opened its doors in 2018 to business and research projects, startup companies, etc., offering workshop and office spaces, as well as scientific and business know-how / support. …

award for genetic cutting and sewing

Crispr / cas9 technology can be dangerous. But for the Nobel Prize committee, Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer A. Doudna, inventors of the method, deserved this year’s “Nobel Prize in Chemistry”. There is tremendous power in this genetic tool, which affects us all, said chemist Claes Gustafsson, head of the team of experts who selected this year’s award-winning feat. To continue: …