Time stamp?Anybody catch him on that stand up Andrew whatever comedian's show talk about bitcoin? He claimed Max Kieser offered him 10,000 btc and that Max claimed it would be come the new one world currency. Mentioned Putin was in on it.
Some great lines in that video. Like when they ask Jones about Markle and he pretends he thinks they are asking about Angela Merkel. Then he breaks down the royal situation saying that Meghan is having sex with a carrot and will have little carrot-babies.
That was true before this happened:Only 46? Alex lives a high stress life. At this rate he is gonna have a heart attack or a stroke. He already struggles with alcohol abuse.
I think his influence is far more malign than that. He hoovers up a lot of people who would've come to Christ in these dark times. His mishmash of quasi-gnosticism, new age, theosophy and outright invention is attracting a lot of followers now that he's getting promoted on bigger platforms with a much wider, diverse audience. His mantra of "we are all beings of infinite love", minus any reference to redemption in Christ, is pure Blavastsky.Icke gives people enough to satisfy their need for truth, but not enough to be saved.
Building on previous experiments, an international team of scientists has created chimeric human-monkey embryos, which were kept alive for nearly three weeks. The breakthrough could lead to new ways of testing drugs and generating organs for transplant, but this line of research is raising some ethical concerns.
New research in Cell details the experiment, in which human stem cells were injected into primate embryos belonging to macaque monkeys. Most of these chimeric embryos were dead by the 10th day, but several developed for 19 days. Juan Carlos Izpisua Belmonte, the lead author of the new study and a biologist at the Salk Institute, had previously kept human-monkey chimeric embryos alive for 14 days.
Chimeras are animals with genetic information from more than one species. Experiments on chimeric mammals started in the 1970s, including chimeric rodents used for studying early developmental processes. In 2017, Izpisua Belmonte and his colleagues created human-pig chimeric embryos, which were implanted into sows, but these cells only managed to stay alive for three to six weeks. The limitations of this experiment compelled the team to turn to primates.
“These and other studies using mouse and pig embryos suggested that human cells do not robustly contribute to chimera formation in species evolutionarily distant to humans,” explained Izpisua Belmonte in an email. “Generation of a chimera between human and nonhuman primate—a species more closely related to humans along the evolutionary timeline than all previously used species—will allow us to gain better insight into whether there are evolutionarily imposed barriers to chimera generation and if there are any means by which we can overcome them.”
More human-animal hybrids, Alex vindicated once again.
He just doesn't miss!