I like this bread but it might better be suited for >>>/cyb/
Holy mare. Now that is getting scary.
This technology is very much political just like AI and automation are political. This is the future of our species we are talking about here. This stuff isn't just speculation or sci-fi anymore. Everything on my list is used in medicine or research right now.
>>367150>This is the future of our species we are talking about here.>>367151>Have some more:
That's a lot to research.
Just reading the overview and applications sections should be enough.
Wasn't /cyb/ meant to discuss the political implications of technology in the future?
This is technology that is here right now and maturing very rapidly. Biotechnology is one of the technologies of the so called "4th industrial revolution."
I still think that's a topic for /cyb/, particularly because its concerned with how current tech will change the future, but I'm not going to be a little bitch and report it.
Maybe, but movements and ideologies are already starting to form around the tech. I think it is definitely politics. Could be on either board.
Is there a particular topic, maybe recently relevant, that you would like to discuss?
The elites recent fear mongering against DIYbio. https://m.youtube.com/shorts/8Ey3_9N089k
I would advise to be really cautious before trying to diy your own gene therapy.
Of course, but the benefit of these DIY approaches is that people have a choice as to where they get their healthcare. A lot of people in the DIYbio/biohacking sphere are just trying to find cheaper medicine.
Politically it'll be the usual shit show. They test stuff on the population the best and most effective is reserved for themselves.
If they miss or is easily controlled or underestimated it'll be released to the public.
Or they go crowd source to use free man hours to develop these things. Then cut it off before it's too much then do it in private.
They fear and covet the things which can make people stronger in any capacity.
They'll release things that have a fatal flaw or requires something only they can provide.
Or they hide it in plain sight or under the guise of it being stupid and or ineffective. Such as improper packaging, selling of broken or nonexistent pieces ect.
But none of the above actually matters per se.
Doing most of these things on a shoestring ducttape and bubble gum manner is possible.
So think of all that not as just an revolution of industry, but also an arms race.
And all the both imply.
That's true. Trannies are obsessed with it as well; although that doesn't make it a bad thing.
There's a lot of way you can fuck up and irreparably harm yourself or others though. I expect that once this gets affordable governments will crack down on its use and require licenses for equipment, and the pharma industry will lobby for that to keep a partial monopoly on the technology.
>>367163>So think of all that not as just an revolution of industry, but also an arms race.
Yeah, technology does work that way.
I'm the future, it's going to be glaringly obvious that the final step in engineering capital is the health of humans who run/own it all, and once that genie is out of the bottle it'll be a free for all.
It's already affordable. Go search "incubator" or "PCR machine" on eBay. Most of the people in power are not STEM majors. They simply aren't aware that the technology exists or what it can do.
>>367163>They test stuff on the population the best and most effective is reserved for themselves.
I'm interested to see how the testing will be done. There's no shortage of people willing to inject themselves with expiremental substances.
People with terminal diseases will fight for the slim chance of getting access to experimental medicine that has a chance to save their lives. It won't be hard to find guinea pigs.
That or people looking to make a dime. There's already an industry around testing drugs.
The potential upside of gene therapy is in achieving a future where genetic diseases and chronic conditions can be genuinely cured. Not treated with prescription drugs that target symptoms, like now.
No need to buy $400 insulin if you can gene mod your body to process the stuff like a normal person. Diabetes can be cured. Lactose intolerance can be cured. A thousand similar problems that plague mankind can be stamped out. These benefits can be passed on to future generations and eliminate genetic deficiencies from the species entirely. A world where no one is born sick.
That's the utopian future this technology could enable. But I wasn't born yesterday. As others have stated, the most likely scenario is that access to the technology will be regulated and monopolized in favor of existing large pharma entities who will jealously horde the best tech for paying customers only. If they could do it with insulin they can definitely do it with this.
There's a short paragraph from an older sci-fi book that struck as I was reading on this shit:
"Your people could have lived amongst the stars as we do, in peace with oneself, away from the degeneracy and tyranny of rulership. Instead, your people failed to pick the objectively superior path. They now live in the vile, toxic ruins they were too cowardly to prevent. You do not deserve to be 'saved' just as the planet of your birth cannot be mended."
If this technology is accessible enough for DIY types then it is definitely accessible enough for smaller countries to capitalize off of. I suspect we will see a lot of medical tourism for gene therapy.
Perhaps, but American healthcare wouldn't be so expensive if medical tourism weren't without its own pitfalls.
Biotechnology is going to change a lot more than our health. It's also going to change manufacturing, computing, and agricultural sectors. This year alone Cultured meat was approved for human consumption https://www.scientificamerican.com/article/lab-grown-meat-approved-for-sale-what-you-need-to-know,
biocomputers received funding from the U.S. military https://www.monash.edu/turner-institute/news-and-events/latest-news/2023-articles/research-to-merge-human-brain-cells-with-ai-secures-national-defence-funding,
and scientists made bioplastics using bacteria and seaweed https://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-023-02499-4
. Biotechnology is going to be more influential than AI.
>>367420>This year alone Cultured meat was approved for human consumption
Cells that reproduce themselves to infinity = CANCER.
Couldn't any cell reproduce forever if they produced telomerase?
I'm not familiar with the tech, but a tumor burguer doesn't fit my taste.
Surely it can't be worse than the factory farmed animals we currently eat?
Farmed animals are natural God's creation and makes no sense conflate man's abomination with it. Frankensmeat is not meat.
Factory farming is an abomination. Those animals are pumped full of hormones and live knee deep in their own shit.
>>367426>Factory farming is an abomination.
And yet, that tainted meat is real cow.
>>367425>Frankensmeat is not meat.
It is very much real meat. A DNA test wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
Lab grown meat is made using cells from the original animal.
>>367429>A DNA test wouldn't be able to tell the difference.
Really? I would like to see the lab tests.
Lab grown meat is made using cell cultures. It is manufactured using cells from the original animal.
Alright then. Cell cultures are not necessary as we have the market covered. Of course it is to be expected the oligarchs use the governments to intervene and tamper with the free market in order to introduce their fake food.
You need a cell culture for lab grown meat. Also I fully expect lab grown meat will compete in the free market. Growing meat in a bioreactor takes a lot less time and space than growing a full animal. It could potentially use less resources too. The nutrients in a bioreactor would go to meat production only.
As long as the proponents, funders, lab workers and related propagandists consume it, I see no issue. But I guess that's not the plan. /s
I suspect what will happen is that lab grown meat will eventually just be cheaper to produce and fast food companies will start using it in their products to save money. Once that happens it will be normalized and people will just buy it. It might also end up being better than the real thing in time too. Imagine if you could grow wagyu beef in a bioreactor.
Oh come on they won't be feeding us human meat. They stick with easy to market products that people are familiar with like chicken and cow.
Why would they feed us human meat when they can grow chicken and cow cells?
Because is free and there were rumors that is already happening in the fast food chains.
Human meat requires humans or human cell cultures. It's hard free. >there were rumors that is already happening in the fast food chains.
Sounds like bullshit.
Now is that DNA from human meat or is that DNA from beaners not washing their hands?
Well, if you want to take the wishful thinking alternative.
This sounds like bullshit.
The rabbi himself say it. The goyim refuses the truth, even if it is in front of their eyes.
The rabbi is right I'm afraid. The goyim is cattle born to be slave.
From the independent article>“The most likely cause is hair, skin, or fingernail that was accidentally mixed in during the manufacturing process,
Correct, the judenpresse minimizes it and makes it look trivial, but the implications are huge.
The implication is that beaners don't wash their hands.
The implications of human bodies thrown into the meat grinder sounds better.
Except that there's no evidence that this is what's actually happening.
Same with beaners dirty hands. It is all speculation based on lack of transparency from the corporate sector (mostly owned by jews) and the government (fully controlled by jews). Then only faith can give assurances the food is not poisonous.
Beaners with dirty hands has plenty of evidence. Food companies get sued over E.coli all the time.
I'm interested to see where biomanufacturing will go. I know other companies have used bacteria to manufacture chemicals, pharmaceuticals, and materials. One group of scientists even created peptide semiconductors. Biomanufacturing will make entire supply chains obsolete.
>>367459>Formulates a grand conspiracy theory because he doesn't think a bunch of beaners could possibly lack proper hygiene.
Are you a fucking spic or something?
I just figured it out. The whole thing, all of it. It's not the Jews, it's not the Masons, it's not the WEF. It's. The. Beaners. It was the Beaners the whole time. The NWO, the vaccines, 5G, UFOs, the 2020 election...all of it was an elaborate kabuki theater staged by the true puppetmaster, the Eternal Wetback, to distract us from their substandard hygiene practices.
Wake up, sheeple!
On what basis do you say this?
>>367459>Same with beaners dirty hands
There's consistent evidence of this. Factories that employ illegals consistently fail hygiene standards. Meat smuggled from Mexico has repeatedly made people sick over hygiene failures.
Nope, nothing to see here. You can..."go back to sleep" if you will. Get your meds. Get help.
>>367146>So how will this play out /mlpol/?
The sheeple will wake up in rage and exterminate the oligarchs, hired guns, and collaborators. Naaaaah, I'm very skeptical about my fellow humans, they were born to be slaves and they'll get their wish, I'm afraid.
Very on point and redpilled:>Laura Aboli - Transhumanism - The End Game - (12:17 long)https://rumble.com/v3vnjfj-laura-aboli-transhumanism-the-end-game.html