September 8, 2019
The real question is: how can this new science be used to advance transsexualism in 2019?
Volunteers in a California study were given a cocktail of three common drugs for one year– a growth hormone and two diabetes medications. Scientists had been testing the drugs in the hope of regenerating the thymus gland.
But upon further analysis, they found that participants had lost an average of 2.5 years on their “epigenetic clock,” measured by analyzing marks on a person’s genomes, according to the journal Nature. Participants’ immune systems also showed signs of rejuvenation.
Even the scientists who conducted the study were shocked by the results. “I’d expected to see slowing down of the clock, but not a reversal,” UCLA researcher Steve Horvath told Nature. “That felt kind of futuristic.”
This is looking a little bit ableist, a little bit CIS privileged.
You can talk about “oh this is futuristic, it’s reversing aging” – but what we need to hear first is simply: what is this going to do for the most oppressed of all – the trannies, the black trannies, the tranny cripples and women oppressed by the patriarchy?
Your technology can be nifty, it can be neat, but if it doesn’t do anything to help trannies transition, then as far as I’m concerned, your technology can go to hell and you should be banned from the internet for inventing it.
Inventing a scientific discovery in 2019 and not immediately announcing it with “this is how it can help trannies and black people” is the equivalent of Holocaust denial. It is a sin and a crime.
It’s time for science to learn to be more sensitive – or to be shut down once and for all.