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Shocking! Transhumanism and Genetic Experiments: Why Is Global Pharma Suddenly Seeking People With Superhuman Traits? (VIDEOS)

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Feb. 7, 2014

I was quite shocked when I came across this disturbing headline today:

Are you SUPERHUMAN? Scientists want people with unusual traits to reveal themselves – and it could earn them $10,000

Are They Creating Super-Humans For End Times Events? Transhumanism In the Works!

Immediately, it occurred to me why they are willing to pay so much money in order to find that ‘special’ gene they classify as ‘superhuman’! With all the news as of late on GMO’s and Genetic Engineering (See My Previous Article Here) the answer is more than obvious!

First, please read the below excerpts from Daily Mail:

A team of scientists has launched an international search to find ‘superhumans’. The researchers hope to track down people with rare phenotypes – for example, people who are somehow protected from disease or whose skin stretches a great deal or heals very quickly. They hope studying these people could eventually help them to find treatments, or even cures, for severe diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and multiple sclerosis.

They believe it could also help them find new treatments for diabetes, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and asthma. The project, Innovation Challenge, has been launched by UCB, a global pharmaceutical company. Professor Dame Kay Davies, Director of the MRC Functional Genomics Unit at the University of Oxford said: ‘This is an innovative approach to developing new medicines which potentially holds much promise. ‘Traditionally, finding individuals and communities that possess medically interesting phenotypes has proved difficult. ‘With the ‘Innovation Challenge’, UCB hopes to harness the power of the internet to create a global super-network allowing them to identify people who have unique characteristics.

And, it goes on to say:

‘We are encouraging people to enter the challenge because without active participation we may miss the genetic key to solving some of the world’s most difficult to treat illnesses.’ The company is asking potential entrants to describe their interesting or rare characteristic on an online form which is available until midnight on February 20. They say the best submission will receive an award of US $10,000 (£6,123). Additionally, bonus awards – no smaller than US $1,000 (£612) – will be paid to entrants who the judges feel submitted an especially interesting or relevant entry.