Recognized scientist assures that a human and chimpanzee hybrid was born in a US laboratoryFebruary 10, 2018
If we have to talk about animal-human hybrids created by the manipulation of DNA, it is inevitable not to think about the gods of ancient Egypt. For example, Thoth, the god of wisdom or knowledge linked to Hermes in Greek mythology, has always been represented with a bird’s head. Why does he have the head of a bird? There are many people who wonder what our ancestors tried to tell us with this symbolism. Losa conspiracy theorists associate it with the theories of ancient extraterrestrials and the alteration of DNA to make a slave race of humans from chimpanzees.
We are not going to enter into that controversial theory. In contrast, the modification of human and animal DNA is the ‘solution’ for incurable diseases. This is the basic premise or excuse that scientists are using to make these experiments and create a new way of life that would not exist naturally. This is something terrifying that is happening, and if anyone still has doubts about it, now a renowned scientist has claimed that a human and chimpanzee hybrid would have been born in a US laboratory almost 100 years ago before being slaughtered.(Human hybrid)
The first Humancé
Gordon Gallup, a renowned evolutionary psychologist, told the British tabloid The Sun that a human and chimpanzee hybrid was born in a laboratory in Orange Park, Florida, United States. Gallup, known for having developed the famous test of “self-recognition” in mirror that showed that primates could recognize their own reflection, coined the term “Humancé” to refer to a cross between humans and chimpanzees.
According to Gallup himself, his former university professor said that the baby Humancé was born in a research center where he used to work. The professor worked at the Yerkes National Primate Research Center before the research center moved to Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, in 1930.
“One of the most interesting cases involved an attempt that was made in the 1920s at what was the first primate research center established in the United States in Orange Park, Florida, ” Gallup told The Sun. “They inseminated a chimpanzee female with human semen from an anonymous donor and affirmed that not only did the pregnancy occur, but the pregnancy lasted the whole period and resulted in a live birth. But in a matter of days or a few weeks, they began to consider the moral and ethical reasons, so the creature was sacrificed. “
In addition, Gallup also made another surprising revelation: that humans can cross other apesand not just chimpanzees.
“All the available evidence, both fossil, paleontological and biochemical, including DNA itself, suggests that humans can also reproduce with gorillas and orangutans, ” Gallup added.(Human hybrid)
The recent statements of the professor at the University of Albany have provoked all kinds of reactions within the scientific community. A spokeswoman for the Yerkes National Primate Research Center has denied Gallup’s accusation.
“We have not participated in any” Humancé “experiment, but rather conducted and enabled revised research studies to help fight diseases and improve human health,” said the spokesman of the Yerkes National Primate Research Center.
Hybridization between humans and primates
The term Humancé became well known in the 1970s after the appearance of a chimpanzee known as Oliver, who walked on his hind legs. Despite theories claiming that Oliver was a human-chimpanzee hybrid, subsequent tests showed that the animal was not human.(Human hybrid)
The Russian biologist Iliá Ivanov, in the 1920s tried to create a Soviet super-soldier using human sperm and chimpanzee. Another case of hybridization between humans and primates occurred in China in 1967, where a female primate became pregnant with a human hybrid, but died of negligence after laboratory scientists were forced to abandon the project.
You can not play being gods
Human-animal creatures have always been considered as great material for science fiction writers, but they are not supposed to exist in the real world. In many ways, the technological advances that we have made as a society are surpassing our capacity to control these advances, and hybridization is certainly an evident example of that reality.
The fact that we can create hybrid chimeras between humans and animals does not mean we should do it. Genetic modification is a particularly dangerous science, because we are literally modifying the future of our planet. And when it comes to humans and animals, those are two things that definitely should not be combined. Unfortunately, they are being combined, and this could have enormous implications as our society plunges into a very uncertain future.
It is true that the scientific community defends itself by ensuring that genetic modifications are made with the sole purpose of being able to treat incurable diseases or cultivate organs that will be used for medical transplants. However, playing with the genetic material of humans means that you are literally playing with the future of the human race.(Human hybrid)
The reality is that we have already gone too far, but scientists from all over the world continue to advance even more. Even if we completely prohibit this type of research in the most advanced countries, it would continue to progress in other industrialized nations around the world. Unfortunately for the rest of us, in their relentless pursuit of being “gods” , scientists are running towards genetic Armageddon , and they are opening a Pandora’s box that they simply do not understand. Welcome to the real Island of Dr. Moreau, again the reality surpasses the fiction.
So, what do you think about the hybridization between humans and primates? Would a creature in a human part have rights? And if so, how do those rights differ from those of a complete human?