The Walking Dead: Mad scientists want to unleash them in the world (Image source)
Is there no limit to the insanity of those who identify themselves as scientists. The latest sick scheme of these wannabe gods is a plan to experiment on resurracting the dead using stem cells. This blog has always said that in their eagerness to show off how clever they are, they reveal their stupidity. The first snag a sane person would spot in this latest scientific wank is that these dickheads are blissfully unaware that the world has huge problems due to overpopulation, yet now they are planning to exacerbate those by developing a cure for death.
Bioquark, an American biotech company, has been given permission to begin experimenting on 20 brain-dead patients, in an attempt to stimulate and regrow neurons and, literally, bring the patients back from the dead, which has been one of the obsessions of science wankers for the past couple of centuries.
The technique is new and untested so the study will likely be controversial. By implanting stem cells in the patient’s brain, in addition to treating the spinal cord with infusions of chemicals and nerve stimulation techniques (both of which have been shown to bring people out of comas), they hope to reboot the brain and jump-start neural activity. phishing s On the other hand none of the miracle cures for genetic diseases promised when these creepy science freaks first demanded authority to work with stem cells have yet materialised, so the whole thing could be yet another research grant phishing scam.
Should the experiments succeed, the result could be people coming back to life. The Walking Dead, Zombie Apocalypse.
There isn’t much evidence that this will work, though there is one well-known neurological researcher and a member of the American Academy of Neurology, Dr. Calixto Machado who is involved with the study as a panel expert.
Bioquark’s CEO, Ira Pastor, said that “to undertake such a complex initiative, we are combining biologic regenerative medicine tools with other existing medical devices typically used for stimulation of the central nervous system, in patients with other severe disorders of consciousness. We hope to see results within the first two to three months.”
He added, “it is a long-term vision of ours that a full recovery in such patients is a possibility, although that is not the focus of this first study.
“It is a bridge to that eventuality.”
But as the Queen song says, “Who wants to live forever.”
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