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AUTISM: The system countering rebellion
#21
https://www.biospace.com/article/top-10-...y-revenue/
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#22
https://www.aacc.org/meetings-and-events...al-meeting
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#23
What to do? What to do?

    Nice to see a few are reading this. I'll bet quite a few are pissed. You are NOT alone. Solutions to problems have been presented elsewhere in this forum. No different here. For convenience sake I'll insert it here :  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDIkZhMHiB8&t=2629s

          Hoot
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#24
This is from INDUSTRIAL SOCIETY AND ITS FUTURE by Ted Kaczynski. All concerned people,parents,those concerned with the rise of AUTISM should read all of Kaczynski's writings.

       154. Suppose a biological trait is discovered that increases the likelihood that a child will grow up to be a criminal, and suppose some sort of gene therapy can remove this trait.[29] Of course most parents whose children possess the trait will have them undergo the therapy. It would be inhumane to do otherwise, since the child would probably have a miserable life if he grew up to be a criminal. But many or most primitive societies have a low crime rate in comparison with that of our society, even though they have neither high-tech methods of child-rearing nor harsh systems of punishment. Since there is no reason to suppose that more modern men than primitive men have innate predatory tendencies, the high crime rate of our society must be due to the pressures that modern conditions put on people, to which many cannot or will not adjust. Thus a treatment designed to remove potential criminal tendencies is at least in part a way of re-engineering people so that they suit the requirements of the system.

151. The social disruption that we see today is certainly not the result of mere chance. It can only be a result of the conditions of life that the system imposes on people. (We have argued that the most important of these conditions is disruption of the power process.) If the systems succeeds in imposing sufficient control over human behavior to assure its own survival, a new watershed in human history will have been passed. Whereas formerly the limits of human endurance have imposed limits on the development of societies (as we explained in paragraphs 143, 144), industrial-technological society will be able to pass those limits by modifying human beings, whether by psychological methods or biological methods or both. In the future, social systems will not be adjusted to suit the needs of human beings. Instead, human beings will be adjusted to suit the needs of the system.[27]
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#25
Duke University looks to be a big contributor to the mess we're in.
 
                     https://genome.duke.edu/

                       https://pratt.duke.edu/about/news/cagt-dark-genome
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#26
LEADING BIOTECH COMPANIES:
 
 Amgen
https://www.amgen.com/media/news-release...ing-plant/    Look at how many labs there are: https://www.amgen.com/contact-us/locations/

Gilead  
     https://www.gilead.com/about/us-locations

Calgene  (Monsanto)

       https://www.nytimes.com/1997/01/29/busin...lgene.html
         
                              https://www.celgene.com/
                  https://www.celgene.com/global-office-locations/

(Cambridge Mass is home to many biotech leaders)

 Biogen
    https://www.biogen.com/    
 https://craft.co/biogen/locations

  Vertex Pharmaceuticals
https://www.vrtx.com/
https://www.vrtx.com/about-us/locations

  Illumina Inc.
https://www.illumina.com/
https://www.illumina.com/documents/compa...ations.pdf

Regenera Pharma
https://www.regenerapharma.com/

Others: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_la..._companies

Maryland: https://technical.ly/baltimore/2019/09/3...d-biopark/

Cambridge Mass: https://www.massbio.org/member
                           https://www.massbio.org/
                           https://biopharmguy.com/links/state-ma-all-geo.php
(Convenient) "Biotechguy" https://biopharmguy.com/links/company-by...ccines.php
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