The following report is from the financial research organisation, Stansberry Research.
Did you know Elon Musk is involved in a company called Neuralink, which is building brain-implantable computer chips?
They’ve already succeeded in implanting these chips into monkeys. And it’s only going to be a short matter of time before we see working chips in humans. That could give quadriplegics the ability to walk again. The possibilities are endless for this type of technology.
Genetics, DNA, and CRISPR
The next force is the huge advancements we’ve made in understanding the building blocks of what it is to be human. Our understanding of our DNA and genetics is advancing rapidly.
We’re quickly creating a huge amount of information on how all our genetics and DNA interact with each other, and the environment around us.
One of the most obvious recent developments on this front was the creation of mRNA vaccines. These vaccines work by delivering a set of instructions that our cells use to produce certain defensive proteins.
In this case, it’s our understanding of the relationship between DNA, mRNA, and how our cells work that has allowed this advancement to occur. But that’s not all. Ever heard of Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats? A bit of mouthful, isn’t it? The abbreviation is a bit more recognisable.
To put it simply, CRISPR is a relatively recent technology that allows us to edit genes or turn off or on their expression. This means we’ve just recently discovered how to edit the basic building blocks of what makes us, well, us!
An obvious implication for this is parents who want to screen their unborn babies for genetic defects or to alter their genes to achieve the healthiest, smartest possible child. This might sound crazy right now.
But just think about how we currently use vaccines to change our bodies’ response to viruses. That’s just one step away from changing the basic structure of our bodies themselves.
Imagine if we could right now change a piece of DNA so that we couldn’t get diabetes, heart disease, or cancer! Who wouldn’t want that?
Medicine leaps forward
The last force I want to mention is the great medical leap forward that we’re currently experiencing. Now, there are three particular parts of this advancement that we specifically want to mention, but it certainly doesn’t stop there.
The first is replacement parts. By that, we’re talking about organ transplants. We’ve just recently seen the first pig-to-human heart transplant success. That’s a major leap forward, and it required some pretty big advancements in our abilities.
So organ transplants are very much starting to mature as science and become much more advanced.
The second aspect is our diagnosis. We are starting to get really good at reading the proteins and other indicators in our blood that tell us early on that a problem is developing. We’re also becoming more advanced with scanning and imaging so we are catching problems earlier.
The third aspect is what’s called senescence, which is the deterioration of the functions of our cells as we age. You can think of this as the core essence of aging itself, whereby our body heals and replaces cells at a slower rate as we get older.
Well, this area has seen some remarkable breakthroughs recently. In fact, scientists were recently able to not just stall aging, but actually, reverse the aging process in mice. That’s a huge leap forward.
Reversing this aging process is now within sight, and we could see a meaningful impact on our lives this decade with this research.
All three of these forces are colliding to form the 200-year human. Genetic modification and screening will be combined with direct chip implants and a greater understanding of how to detect and solve medical problems.
Our first stock in this theme is a great example of this whole big collision.
You see, they’re doing something that will take organ replacement to the next level. They’re all about 3D printing organs, but not only that. And they’ve got a pretty special technology that gives them an edge over the rest of the market. And it all comes down to collagen.
This report reminds me of the time God intervened in the affairs of mankind to create all the different languages of the world in order to disperse people all over the world.
“And the Lord said, “Behold, they are one people, and they have all one language, and this is only the beginning of what they will do. And nothing that they propose to do will now be impossible for them. Come, let us go down and there confuse their language, so that they may not understand one another’s speech.” Genesis 11:6
I believe that God will not allow mankind to interfere with the building blocks of humans so this is just one of the signs, along with all the other prophesied signs that God is going to intervene in the affairs of men again, but this time by Jesus returning to earth to rule and reign over the nations.