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Most Men In US And EU Could Be Infertile By 2060 - Human Fertility Clinics Drive Human Cloning Attempts - At $50,000 Per Attempt, It Will Make Them Very Rich, Cloning the first Human - BBC Horizon, The First Human Clone (Cloning Documentary), Root Causes Of Infertility


Most men in the US and Europe could be infertile by 2060 | World Economic Forum
Sperm count in men from North America, Europe, Australia and New Zealand declined by 50-60% between 1973 and 2011, according to a new study from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Surprisingly, the study, which analysed data on the sperm counts of 42,935 men, found no decline in sperm counts in men from Asia, Africa and South America, although there was limited data from these areas.

In fact, if the data on sperm counts is extrapolated to its logical conclusion, men will have little or no reproductive capacity from 2060 onwards. The most rational explanation for the decline in male reproductive health is the changes in the environment. Current research suggests that the male foetus is particularly susceptible to exposure to pollutants and so changes that occur early in foetal life can have a very significant effect on the adult.


Cloning the first Human - BBC Horizon

"Doctors Panayiotis Zavos and Severino Antinori claim they are ready to embark on the greatest human experiment of our age. They say they will attempt to clone a human being before the year is out. Most people think the objections to this are ethical - human cloning would create many moral dilemmas.

There is another question that few ever ask: is the science actually ready yet for cloning healthy humans? Horizon follows the latest research, which has led many scientists to believe that Zavos and Antinori's plans to clone the first human could end in tragedy. The program also meets couples like Matthew and Desirée Racquer (above) who think cloning offers them the only way to raise a child who is truly their own.

For decades, cloning remained within the realms of science fiction. The idea that instead of combining a sperm and an egg, a new human could be made from a single cell taken from an adult, seemed completely absurd. But that all changed in February 1997, when the Roslin Institute (right) introduced the world to Dolly the sheep - the first animal cloned from an adult. Ever since Dolly, scientists have been continuing to experiment with cloning animals. So far, they have succeeded in cloning sheep, cattle, pigs, goats and mice, fuelling the belief that humans could be next.

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The First Human Clone (Cloning Documentary) - Real Stories


But even Dolly's creator, Professor Ian Wilmut, is concerned that beneath the veneer of success lies a disturbing reality. Most cloning attempts on animals so far have resulted in failed implantation or abnormal foetuses. Of the animals born alive, some soon die of catastrophic organ failure. Others appear to be healthy for weeks or even months, then die suddenly, sometimes from bizarre new illnesses which do not occur in nature.

Years of painstaking work are only now revealing some vital clues to what is going wrong. Horizon talks to the scientists who have uncovered new evidence, suggesting that the process of cloning itself causes subtle errors in the way genes function. These random errors may be like a timebomb inside every clone, causing some of the strange - often fatal - problems. There's no reason to think cloned human babies would fare any better. According to embryologist Dr Susan Avery, death might be the best outcome for many human clones. If they survived, they would suffer from catastrophic illnesses that modern medicine is powerless to prevent or cure.


Dr Zavos claims that these problems are the result of the still unsophisticated methods being used by animal researchers. Using advanced in vitro fertilisation ('test tube baby') techniques, he claims that he will strive to make human cloning safer than natural reproduction. Now though, it seems that some IVF procedures themselves are being investigated for possible harmful effects on the long term health of children. Professor Gerald Schatten of the University of Pittsburgh reveals evidence of these risks, which could be magnified in cloning.

Most reproductive specialists believe that the danger to any human born by cloning is enormous. But the would-be human cloners are determined to clone a human baby. If they proceed, they may be courting tragedy."
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Currently, human fertility clinics are doing booming business, charging couples $8,000 to $20,000 for each attempt at producing a child via artificial hormones, drugs and in artificially fertilized and implanted eggs. Many attempts are usually needed, so the process is VERY expensive and it is not covered by insurance. But what happens when one of the couple or even both are infertile? 

Instead of working on the ROOT causes of human infertility, which is constantly increasing, cloning technology is being offered as the solution. The problem is that the ROOT causes of human infertility are NOT being researched or studied. Because it threatens the profits of many huge global monopolies the root causes of over 100 species going extinct per DAY are ignored. 

Because human infertility is CAUSED by those same huge global corporations products and processes, it is not discussed on mass media, and thus the root causes are ignored, denies or dismissed. The process of human infertility is getting worse with each generation, along with attendent diseases and genetic problems which are also growing worse and worse with each generation.

As infertility is treated as a 'disease', it needs technology and expensive 'treatment' to 'cure' it, which is the same approach used by the huge corporations that are now the root cause of the infertility problems. Because fertility clinics can provide human 'clones', at $50,000 for each attempt, humanity is at greater and greater risk of going extinct, because the root causes of multiple negative tipping points are being ignored, minimized, dismissed or even attacked. Meanwhile, human fertility clinics and huge corporations will grow fat on increasing short term profits, while long term ROOT CAUSE issue proponents are ignored, denied, suppressed or attacked.


The issues that are causing increased infertility rates with each successive generation are;

Demineralized Soil
Demineralized Foods
Poor Nutrition
Increased Radiation Exposure
Increased Chemical Use
Artificial Hormones
Food Additives
Indoor Pollution
Drug Side Effects
Environmental Toxins
Food Contamination
Reduced Life Force
Environmental Pollution
Separation From Nature

(Find out more about these tipping points via links below this article)

Meanwhile, greed based faux high technology 'God' like high tech solutions that are unsustainable are the main focus of the mass media and desperate infertile want to be parents, who think that clones are the answer.

Cloning is just another dead ender technology, just like nuclear power, chemicals, drugs, GMO seeds and all carbon fuels. These faux 'God' like technologies are being worshiped by many, but they are all creating more and more negative tipping points that lead humanity faster and faster down the road to extinction. 

2014 - List of 45+ Negative Global Tipping Points; via @AGreenRoad

Can humanity pull back from the brink of extinction, or will greed drive it over the cliff into oblivion?


Most Men In US And EU Could Be Infertile By 2060 - Human Fertility Clinics Drive Human Cloning Attempts - At $50,000 Per Attempt, It Will Make Them Very Rich, Cloning the first Human - BBC Horizon, The First Human Clone (Cloning Documentary), Root Causes Of Infertility
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