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Scientific Racism: The Eugenics of Social Darwinism


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#11 Jesse Jimmie

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 02:44 PM

 

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 06:30 PM

In reference to the Mouse Utopian Experiments by John Calhoun - I believe that mammals must always have something to strive for or else they lose the will to live. Do you think that the belief in finite horizons is a subconscious kill switch, poisonous to the will to live?
 
 
 
Strive for something is important in a society. As long as there are rules within the competition. If not, the ugly rats will cheat their way to the top thereby destroying everything in the process. Playing fair creates more for others. Helping everyone to strive for the best that life has to offer. 

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 06:57 PM

 

In reference to the Mouse Utopian Experiments by John Calhoun - I believe that mammals must always have something to strive for or else they lose the will to live. Do you think that the belief in finite horizons is a subconscious kill switch, poisonous to the will to live?
 
 
Strive for something is important in a society. As long as there are rules within the competition. If not, the ugly rats will cheat their way to the top thereby destroying everything in the process. Playing fair creates more for others. Helping everyone to strive for the best that life has to offer. 

 

 

The problem with this structure is the king rats don't really play fair. They gather all the resources and power unto themselves then proceed to dictate who gets what. Fair competition for these crumbs becomes stunted. Leaving the little ones without any form of real empathy for each other. The projection from top of the pyramid doesn't allow for fair competition. Only amongst themselves. Even then, when one of them falls, the rest will come in and eat the weak link whole. When others see how the engine works and decides to build one for themselves the rat kings send out their little minion believers too pound the independent one into submission. 


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Posted 24 April 2017 - 07:06 PM

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Posted 24 April 2017 - 07:49 PM

The problem with this structure is the king rats don't really play fair. They gather all the resources and power unto themselves then proceed to dictate who gets what. Fair competition for these crumbs becomes stunted. Leaving the little ones without any form of real empathy for each other. The projection from top of the pyramid doesn't allow for fair competition. Only amongst themselves. Even then, when one of them falls, the rest will come in and eat the weak link whole. When others see how the engine works and decides to build one for themselves the rat kings send out their little minion believers too pound the independent one into submission. 

 

It's nice to be at the top of the food chain.
 
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#16 Ghost in the Machine

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Posted 16 July 2017 - 01:39 PM

 

Doctors Of Death 
 
In the 1930s, Japan's notorious UNIT 731 carried out brutal experiments on the population of recently-invaded Manchuria. Whole villages and towns were deliberately infected with plague, and sufferers were dissected alive.
 
Prisoners of war were shot and operated on without anaesthetic so army doctors could practise field surgery. In World War II Germany, concentration camp doctors like Josef Mengele selected twins and Romany prisoners for obscure medical experiments, and killed enemy prisoners in low temperature or high altitude tests, supposedly to protect their own sailors and airmen.
 
After the war, many Nazi 'Doctors of Death' were brought to justice. But in Japan the head of Unit 731 cut a deal with US intelligence; the Americans knew they could never replicate biological data gained through experiments on humans. There are suggestions the US used Japanese bio-weapons in the Korean War -- but America began to suspect the North Koreans had their own unorthodox methods: brainwashing US prisoners with drugs.
 
It was the start of a chemical arms race, reaching its peak in the 1960s and '70s with LSD as the mind-control secret weapon of both sides, intended to cripple the enemy without firing a shot. The US showed drugs experiments in army-sponsored TV documentaries, while in Czechoslovakia -- the drugs laboratory for the whole Eastern Bloc - the state-controlled movie industry was enrolled to shoot surreal feature films portraying the drugs experience.
 
Besides biological and chemical weapons, both Americans and Soviets routinely exposed their own soldiers to nuclear fallout in A-bomb tests. According to General Jan Sejna, the highest-ranking military defector from the East, the Soviets even tied living prisoners of war to stakes as human guinea-pigs in their nuclear tests.
 
The film has a moving and shocking interview with a Japanese doctor who operated on unanaesthetised prisoners. A captured US pilot is seen making an apparently false confession in Korea. A Czech military chemist explains how chemical weapons are deployed, and a victim of a drug-fuelled interrogation describes the experience. The man who debriefed Czech defector Jan Sejna describes the terrifying network of experimentation behind chemical, biological and atomic weapons. The Cold War is over, but weapons development -- and testing -- continues.
 
Generations of drug use...both illicit and prescribed have taken there toll. 
 
 

 

 

Pure Evil: Wartime Japanese Doctor Had No Regard for Human Suffering
 
Torture techniques conjured up in medieval times, especially the gruesome methods employed during the Crusades, took a giant leap forward thanks to Dr. Shiro Ishii's diabolical imagination. The human suffering he was responsible for remains unimaginable and incomprehensible. He is infamous for being the director of a biological warfare research and testing program of the Imperial Japanese Army that existed from 1937 to 1945 during the Second Sino-Japanese War and World War II.
 
Dr. Ishii studied medicine at Kyoto Imperial University in Japan and was a microbiologist by trade. He spent his professional career as a medical officer in the Imperial Japanese Army, beginning as a surgeon in 1921, and by 1945, reaching the position of surgeon general. To attain that pinnacle, Ishii left behind a trail of human blood, body parts, and entrails and committed horrifyingly wicked inhumane acts along the way to reach the top echelon of military medicine in Japan.
 
From 1942 through 1945, Dr. Ishii unleashed a barrage of the most shockingly cruel experiments perpetrated on human beings the civilized world has ever known. Ishii thought up many hideous medical experiments spontaneously. All atrocities were in the name of medical research meant to defeat Japan's wartime enemies, as the effects of Ishii's torture were studied and recorded.
 
Also beginning in 1942, Unit 731 developed dispersion techniques for germ warfare via bio-warfare weapons, which were operationally tested on civilians in Chinese cities. Bio-warfare weapons containing bubonic plague, cholera, anthrax, and other deadly diseases were dropped by low-flying airplanes on innocent residents of these cities. In addition, Unit 731 bred plague-infested fleas in their labs and devised "flea bombs" and other devices designed to spread germs and parasites, which were dropped on Chinese military personnel and civilians throughout World War II. In addition, Ishii had water sources contaminated and crops infected. He poisoned food and candy and distributed them to unsuspecting victims who were living in poverty and welcomed what they thought was kindness from Japanese soldiers; after consumption, victims were then examined.
 
Realizing he would be prosecuted for war crimes, Dr. Ishii faked his own death and went into hiding to evade justice. He was found in 1946 and turned over to American occupation forces for interrogation. The US was desperate not to have Ishii's knowledge of biological weapons fall into the hands of Russia, including the results of his myriad medical experiments on humans. The US also wanted to supplement its own germ warfare program knowledge base with the results of the biological warfare experiments conducted at Unit 731.
 
After his capture, Dr. Ishii offered to reveal details of the experiments conducted at Unit 731 in exchange for immunity from all of the war crimes he committed. The US agreed to the plea bargain, which also included immunity for top-level members of Ishii's medical research team. In addition to the promise of not being prosecuted for war crimes, these researchers were enticed with money and other gifts from the US to share what was learned at Unit 731. Dr. Shiro Ishii was never punished for his crimes; he succumbed to throat cancer in 1960 at the age of 67.
 

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Posted 28 July 2017 - 08:14 PM

US Scientists Just Edited a Human Embryo for the First Time. (Yes, People Are Freaking Out.)
 
For the first known time in the United States, scientists used a gene-editing technique called CRISPR to modify early-stage human embryos, according to a report published Wednesday in MIT Technology Review.
 
Since the development several years ago of CRISPR, a tool that allows scientists to change sequences of DNA within a cell, scientists have speculated about its potential to free families of genetic disease or stop the spread of other diseases like malaria, among other possibilities. But the technology also raises major ethical questions.
 
Right now, scientists are supposed to stick to editing disease-causing genes. But the technology opens up the possibility of editing genes for “enhancement”—allowing parents to edit for certain kinds of physical and behavioral characteristics in their children. Darnovsky worries that this would usher in an era of genetic discrimination. “That would be layering new forms of inequality and discrimination onto the ones we already live with,” she said.
 
Is this legal?
 
Probably. In 2015, Congress passed a law forbidding the Food and Drug Administration from reviewing applications for germline editing of human embryos, meaning no clinical trials can move forward with FDA funding. We don’t yet know how Mitalipov funded his project, but assuming it was funded privately, it’s perfectly legal. 
 
That wouldn’t be the case in many other countries. The Center for Genetics and Society reports that over 40 countries, “including most with established biotech sectors, have established legal prohibitions on germline modification for human reproduction.” An international treaty also prohibits it. The United States has no such policy.
 
 

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Posted 25 August 2017 - 11:10 PM

Darwinism describes racism to a T. One supreme species to designate the rest accordingly. 


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Posted 25 August 2017 - 11:25 PM

Then it looks like every group has their own sense of superiority...


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