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And TYT reminds us they are False Leftists.

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Space Ark and fetishism of complexity. It's almost like something we would have written in a dystopian novel... Note the names as well, it's not just "white people" who have been infected with Western civilization.
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Scientists have suggested that humans could buy into a "modern global insurance policy" by building an "ark" filled with 6.7 million sperm samples — on the moon.

The ark would involve shooting the sperm and ova samples of 6.7 million species up to the moon via multiple payloads. The samples would then be stored in a vault beneath the surface of the moon, in a "lunar pit," where they could be kept secure.
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The team of six researchers from the University of Arizona presented their idea at the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Aerospace Conference, where they said their proposal would protect mankind from extinction.
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"Earth is naturally a volatile environment," said study author Jekan Thangavelautham in his presentation on the paper, titled  "Lunar Pits and Lava Tubes for a Modern Ark," adding that an Earth-based repository of samples would still leave specimens vulnerable to getting destroyed in a massive disaster.
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IFL Science spoke to Álvaro Díaz-Flores Caminero, a University of Arizona doctoral student leading the thermal analysis for the project, who said that projects like these bring mankind "closer to becoming a space civilization, and to a not-very-distant future where humankind will have bases on the Moon and Mars."

"Multidisciplinary projects are hard due to their complexity, but I think the same complexity is what makes them beautiful," Caminero said.
https://www.insider.com/scientists-want-to-send-67-million-sperm-samples-to-moon-2021-3

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Three spacecraft are now starting to arrive on Mars, including one from NASA and two others from China and the United Arab Emirates. NBC’s Tom Costello reports for TODAY on the latest developments in the race to the red planet.
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https://twitter.com/Newsweek/status/1379816438312095748?s=20
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Can blood from young people slow aging? Silicon Valley has bet billions it will. Biotech startups are trying to hack the process of aging and, in the process, stave off the most devastating diseases. https://newsweek.com/2021/04/16/can-blood-young-people-slow-aging-silicon-valley-has-bet-billions-it-will-1581447.html

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The most evil vampires in fantasy fiction are nowhere near as frightening as real-life Western scientists:

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Saul Villeda now runs a lab at UCSF on a hill that Over-looks San Francisco's famed Haight-Ashbury. Winding stairs lead to a fluorescent-lit basement hallway and a cramped suite of rooms stacked wall-to-wall with mouse cages. There is something unusual about many of the mice in the room. They are ambulating through their cages, with two heads, two sets of legs and double-wide bodies.

The doublewide mice are products of a macabre procedure known as "parabiosis," a technique Villeda mastered as a graduate student in the lab of Wyss-Coray for the improbable experiment that led to the founding of Alkahest and the clinical blood trials aimed at treating aging. The procedure, pioneered in the 19th century by the French scientist Paul Bert, merges the circulatory systems of two rodents by cutting open their bodies and sewing their wounds together, so that their bodies fuse as they heal.

To learn it, Villeda had an expert teacher: Thomas Rando, a neurologist who studies longevity and occupies the office next door to Wyss-Coray. Rando first got the idea to revive the obscure technique back in the early 2000s. He had come to believe that one of the reasons our bodies lose their regenerative powers as we grow older is because our stem cells stop receiving the molecular-level signals needed to activate them. Rando did not know what those signals might be. But he knew where to find them—the blood of younger mice. Enter parabiosis.

To test out his hypothesis, Rando conjoined elderly mice with younger rodents so that they shared the same circulatory system, then tested their ability to heal small wounds. The results were dramatic. Elderly mice were able to repair small tears in their muscles far faster than their peers not conjoined to younger mice. The younger mice, on the other hand, healed far slower than they normally would.
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After conjoining elderly and young mice, Villeda sacrificed the elderly mice, cut their brains into tiny slices, and stained them with a special dye that bound to baby neurons. Then he counted up the number of new neurons and compared them to normal levels of neuronal growth in similarly aged mice.
The results, when he published them in 2014, shocked the scientific world. The infusion of new blood led to a threefold increase in the number of new nerve cells generated in the brains of the elderly mice.

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"The most evil vampires in fantasy fiction are nowhere near as frightening as real-life Western scientists"
See also: https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/random-thoughts/?message=5408
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This gives me hope
:The big advance in Elon Musk’s Pong-playing monkey is what you can’t see
The company's demo looks impressive, but most aspects have been done before.

https://arstechnica.com/science/2021/04/the-big-advance-in-elon-musks-pong-playing-monkey-is-what-you-cant-see/

Thankfully it is not a huge advance, so we still have time before our enemies can develop even more advanced machinery....

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"It's A Bad Idea To Advertise Our Existence" - Michio Kaku On Making Contact With Extraterrestrials
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Michio Kaku is incredibly excited for the second golden era of space exploration but he does not think it is a great idea to alert extraterrestrials to human existence. You can learn more about his work in his bestselling book, "The God Equation: The Quest for a Theory of Everything." #Colbert​ #TheGodEquation​ #MichioKaku
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGjj73b4DGE

Only Westerner's and their willing and unwilling sycophant's could ever believe that broadcasting our location to the rest of the universe is a good idea.


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And then there's this **** to worry about:

https://www.msn.com/en-au/news/techandscience/google-and-levi-s-are-weaving-computers-into-your-clothes/ar-BB1fBKnH

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Project Jacquard is an effort to invisibly incorporate computers into objects, materials, and clothing. Everyday items such as sweaters, jackets, and furniture will be turned into interactive surfaces that can be used as trackpads, buttons and more. The objects will receive information directly from the surface of the material used to build them, eliminating the need for bulky plastic or metal parts. The objects will then transmit information to a nearby smartphone or computer using low-powered Wi-Fi.

Of course:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Levi_Strauss

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Levi Strauss made jeans. He was born to an Ashkenazi Jewish family

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Stern_(businessman)

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David Stern (1820–1875) was a German-born American businessman who helped to found Levi Strauss & Co. with his brother-in-law Levi Strauss.
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David Stern was born to a Jewish family
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In 1850, he married Fanny Strauss, the sister of Levi Strauss in New York.[1] They had 8 children: Jacob and Caroline (both born in New York); and Henry, Sigmund, Louis, Harriet "Hattie", Abraham, and Lillian (all born in San Francisco).[1] He was a member of the Eureka Benevolent Society (later the Jewish Family Service) and Congregation Emanu-El.[1] Two of his sons married sisters, the daughters of Lazard Frères head Marc Eugene Meyer: his son, Sigmund Stern, married Rosalie Meyer; and his son Abraham Stern, married, Elise Meyer.[2][3] Sigmund's only child, Elise, married Walter A. Haas, the son of Abraham Haas, whose descendants are the current owners of Levi Strauss & Co.[4]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peter_E._Haas

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Haas was born to a Jewish family in San Francisco,[2] one of three children of Walter A. Haas and Elise Stern.[3] Haas was the great-grandnephew of Levi Strauss, the founder of denim manufacturer Levi Strauss & Co. and great grandson of David Stern.

etc.

And for the sake of completeness:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Larry_Page

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Lawrence Edward Page[3][4][5] (born March 26, 1973) is an American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur. He is best known as one of the co-founders of Google along with Sergey Brin.[3][6]
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Page was born on March 26, 1973,[18] in Lansing, Michigan.[19][20] His mother is Jewish;[21] his maternal grandfather later immigrated to Israel.[20]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergey_Brin

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Sergey Mikhaylovich Brin (Russian: Серге́й Миха́йлович Брин, tr. Sergéj Mixájlovič Brin; born August 21, 1973) is an American computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur. Together with Larry Page, he co-founded Google. Brin was the president of Google's parent company, Alphabet Inc., until stepping down from the role on December 3, 2019.[2] He and Page remain at Alphabet as co-founders, controlling shareholders, board members, and employees.
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Brin was born on August 21, 1973, in Moscow in the Soviet Union,[4] to Jewish parents,[5]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ruth_Porat

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Ruth Porat (born 1958) is a British-American business executive, serving since 2015 as the chief financial officer (CFO) of Alphabet Inc. and its subsidiary Google.[3][4][5]
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Porat was born to a Jewish family[8]
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Critical scholars who follow the documentary hypothesis propose that those parts of the Torah attributed to the Elohist seem to treat Levite as a descriptive attribute for someone particularly suited to the priesthood, rather than as a firm designation of a tribe, and feel that Moses and Aaron are being portrayed as part of the Joseph group rather than being part of a tribe called Levi.[4] Jahwist passages have more ambiguous language; traditionally interpreted as referring to a person named Levi, they could also be interpreted as just referring to a social position titled levi.[5]

In the Blessing of Jacob, Levi is treated as a tribe, cursing them to become scattered; critics regard this as an aetiological postdiction to explain how a tribe could be so scattered, the simpler solution being that the priesthood was originally open to any tribe, but gradually became seen as a distinct tribe to themselves.[5][6] The Priestly source and the Blessing of Moses, which critical scholars view as originating centuries later, portray the Levites firmly established as a tribe, and as the only tribe with the right to become priests.
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribe_of_Levi

Furthermore: Does the fact that some "blacks" are foolish enough to want to be Jews make the Old Testament any less devilish?

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Greg Walters muses on hugging satellites, the urge for countries to kill each other in space, and one particularly wild plan to nuke the moon.
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https://twitter.com/RealLifeStarman/status/1385705440160337922?s=19
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“We need to have a big permanently occupied base on the moon, and then build a city on Mars and become a spacefaring civilization. We don’t want to be one of those single planet species, we want to be a multi-planetary species.”   — @ElonMusk https://t.co/RvMPqb15kO
Not if we kill you first.

BTW, what is your opinion on non-Western countries such as China, India, etc trying to develop more advanced machinery than the West in terms of AI, genetic splicing, etc?

On the one hand, I do not like that they are trying to emulate Westerners, but on the other hand, I believe this is somewhat of a self defense mechanism in their part, as they could keep the West from gaining an upper hand technologically and thus keep them from developing even more advanced technology .

They could do this by leveraging their control of greater amount of natural resources against the West, in effect preventing Westerners from acquiring the resources needed to develop the more advanced technology. This could be a backup plan if Demographic Blueshift fails.
 
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"what is your opinion on non-Western countries such as China, India, etc trying to develop more advanced machinery than the West in terms of AI, genetic splicing, etc?"

If they were attempting to develop more advanced machines in order to destroy the West once and for all, following which no more machines need be developed ever after, I would support them.

But I fear that is not their intent. Rather, they are attempting to develop more advanced machines in order to not be outpaced by the West in a machinery race that they, having accepted the worldview of progressivism, envision will go on indefinitely into the future. This I do not support.

This is why I am at present pessimistic (though I would love to be wrong) about the effectiveness of persuading enough people to conscientiously stop the development of machines. For now, I believe the only way to be sure is to use demographic shift to make humanity as a whole incapable of developing machines.

"They could do this by leveraging their control of greater amount of natural resources against the West, in effect preventing Westerners from acquiring the resources needed to develop the more advanced technology."

This will only work for a while. Sooner or later there will arise new types of machines that do not require those particular resources, at which point the resource-hoarders will suddenly find themselves outmanouevered.