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Charlotte Philosophy Discussion Group Message Board › artificial uteruses, nano-printers, and making synthetic humans

artificial uteruses, nano-printers, and making synthetic humans

Bill Van F.
Group Organizer
Charlotte, NC
Post #: 1,836
And guns...
A former member
Post #: 1,053
us humans with our tools have become our own alpha and omega of our creation and destruction.

We humans have with our brain plasticity have the ability to enhance and achieve Joy Contenment and Appreciation, JCA, for ourselves and everyone, by finding ways together, all of us, to find ways of agreement.
A former member
Post #: 1,073
gene therapy is getting implemented in various day to day usages.

Scientists Use New Engineered Virus to Restore Sight
Researchers have engineered a new adeno-associated virus that could greatly expand gene therapy to help restore sight to patients with blinding diseases like retinitis pigmentosa and macular degeneration.

“Building upon 14 years of research, we have now created a virus that you just inject into the liquid vitreous humor inside the eye and it delivers genes to a very difficult-to-reach population of delicate cells in a way that is surgically non-invasive and safe.

It’s a 15-minute procedure, and you can likely go home that day.”

The engineered adeno-associated virus works far better than current therapies in rodent models of two human degenerative eye diseases, and can penetrate photoreceptor cells in the eyes of monkeys.

Gene Therapy

First gene therapy treatment approved in Europe

The first gene therapy drug approval given by European regulators is potentially good news for sufferers of LPLD, a rare syndrome which prevents their body from breaking down fat.
The decision to allow Dutch biotech company uniQure to produce a gene therapy for the condition opens the way for further developments in gene therapy treatments. Jim Drury reports.

lorem i.
user 119941362
Billings, MT
Post #: 18

We'll have an interesting world when our new entries into this world are gestated synthetically.
Will we have a metaphoric John Henry vs the Steam Engine as the biological man competes to make more humans than our synthetic baby making laboratories.

The Pros and Cons of Artificial Womb Technology

A former member
Post #: 36
Blah, blah, blah.....
Bill Van F.
Group Organizer
Charlotte, NC
Post #: 1,955
I think it might be of interest for our group to study this trolling phenomenon and see what it is motivated by. Chuck initially was coming into our group trying to sell his books. He makes no positive contributions, but instead tries to stir up anger. Now why is this?
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