by Jon Rappoport
November 27, 2018
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Combing through my files, I came across a piece I’d written in 2011 about genetic alteration. But my piece referred to experiments done much earlier, in 2001.
Given what happened in 2001, one can only imagine how far scientists have now gone in tinkering with DNA—openly, and in secret.
From The Telegraph, Sep.27, 2001, “Boy’s DNA implanted in rabbit eggs,” written by Roger Highfield:
“Scientists in China have inserted a boy’s DNA into empty rabbit eggs and grown hybrid embryos, it is reported today. A team at the Sun…
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