Wednesday, February 11, 2009

Russian Scientists Create Goat-Humans That Produce Human Breast Milk

This story is not science fiction although it sure sounds like it. Russian scientists have actually created genetically engineered goat-human hybrid creatures that produce the same milk as a human mother.

Think about the ramifications of that for a moment.

These creatures are part goat and part human. Now, they are only a tiny part human, but they are still part human.

Of course the scientists try to make all of this tinkering with nature sound so noble.....

Dr Pyotr Vitsyaz of the Belarussian National Academy of Sciences said the following about the program: "The new programme will be aimed at producing milk with the human protein, as well as making medicines from it."

Apparently these "medicines" will be used to treat cancer and other various illnesses.

But is that any excuse for playing God?

How much human does a creature have to be before we consider it to be human?

Not that North American scientists aren't doing the same thing the Russians are doing.

Did you know that "spider goats" are actually being produced and "milked" as you read this?

If you do not believe us now, you will believe by the end of this article.

The Canadian company Nexia has produced goats that are genetically modified to be part spider.

The genetic modification causes these spider goats to produce spider silk protein in their milk that is collected, purified and spun into super strong fibers.

These fibers are apparently more durable than Kevlar, more stretchable than nylon, and stronger than steel.

This company sees nothing wrong with messing with nature to harvest a substance that has very valuable industrial and military applications.

But we don't expect you all to take our word for it. The Telegraph, one of the leading newspapers in the U.K., featured this major article about spider goats, and according to them this has been going on for quite some time.

The funny thing is that these scientists are not even trying to hide it anymore. The following YouTube video is of a television report where you can see these "spider goats" and where scientists describe exactly how they create these spider goats and what they are doing with them:

If all of this was not frightening enough, now amateurs are trying genetic engineering at home.

The "science" of genetic engineering has become so advanced that now people can create new lifeforms in their own kitchens and living rooms.

If governments around the world had any sense, they would outlaw this type of activity immediately.

Who knows what kind of plagues or environmental devastation one of these "amateur bio engineers" could cause by creating a new life form?

The truth is that whether it is professionals or amateurs, science has crossed a threshold that should not have been crossed.

Once the genie is out of the bottle it can never be put back. The dangers from all of this bioengineering will only be known as time moves forward, but we have the feeling that everyone is very much going to wish that humanity had never gone down this road.

How long is God going to put up with this kind of great evil?

Did y0u know that this kind of thing was going on before the Great Flood?

The book of Jasher, which is referred to in the Bible but which is not in the Bible itself, actually describes what men were doing in those days.....

"...and the sons of men in those days took from the cattle of the earth, the beasts of the field and the fowls of the air, and taught the mixture of animals of one species with the other, in order therewith to provoke the Lord; and God saw the whole earth and it was corrupt, for all flesh had corrupted its ways upon the earth, all men and all animals..."
-Jasher 4:18

So according to the book of Jasher, wicked men were mixing different species together and this was provoking the Lord.

Nature itself had become incredibly corrupted, and it took the Flood to wipe this corruption off the face of the earth.

But now we are doing it again.

We are corrupting nature itself.

Will we ever learn?


  1. You'd have an argument if you didn't devolve in to paranoid preaching. Leave the "playing God" out of this and stick with the fact that it is indeed morally questionable.

    Off-handing our responsibility for acting like decent human beings to instead comply with an assumed metaphysical entity does nothing to address the actual concerns regarding mixing human DNA with animals.

  2. I don't think a goat with less than 1% of its genetic material copied from humans can be classified as a "goat-human".

    Psh, context.

  3. Well apparently you care more about the purity of a goat and a spider than you do about kids with lukemia, and any patient with cancer. And the lives of our troops. This isn't playing God, it's saving lives.
    And you really can't say that science dosn't have morals, it has strict morals, in fact it has a strict NO HARMING HUMANS policy, which is WAY more than can be said for religion.