Posted by Neil Hague - memes and headline comments by David Icke Posted on 7 May 2023

Is it a Good Idea to Bring Neanderthal Bacteria Back to Life?

Just because you can do something, should you?

This is not just a question people should ask themselves as they stare at the last piece of pizza but in many other circumstances as well.

And certain people need to ask it more often – scientists, for example, with the potential power over life or death, and world-changing breakthroughs or devastating disasters.

Like Captain Ahab and his maniacal chase of the white whale Moby Dick, sometimes – quite often, actually – obsessively doing something just because you can and really want to may not be in the best interest of everyone else.

Gain of Function (GOF) research is a perfect example of this problem.

The general definition offered to the public by officials during the pandemic was this: GOF takes a virus and enhances its lethality or transmissibility amongst humans in order to be able to study the resulting bug to speed the search for a potential treatment if and when the virus evolves in nature to the same danger point.

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