Scientists Playing God: Is Society Ready for a New "Immortal Class" of Humans?


In an age where scientists are undertaking the transplantation of heads, cloning the dead, and even altering a goat's embryo with the DNA of a spider, the latest medical breakthrough could be the most shocking of all.

Two Nobel Prize winning scientists believe they have cracked the code to human immortality.

Their research focuses on a human "immortality gene" that can be switched on like a lamp with the right concoction of drugs - instantly reversing decades of aging.

In clinical tests at Stanford, activating this gene in human cells reversed 25 years of aging in a matter of days.

And already, 8 more top medical facilities across the country have accelerated clinical trials on this miracle cure.

But is this research safe, and is society ready to deal with the consequences of a new "immortal class" of humans?

Has science finally gone too far?

According to some respected tech luminaries like Bill Gates... the answer is unequivocally yes.

"It seems pretty egocentric while we still have malaria and TB for rich people to fund things so they can live longer," the billionaire founder of Microsoft recently said.

The Gates discussion, which went viral, centered on a slew of new biotechnologies aimed at finding a "cure" for aging.

In a ground-breaking investigation, Silicon Valley venture capitalist and biotech advisor Michael Robinson has teamed up with an Emmy Award winning film crew to reveal how these "immortality gene" treatments could be available to nearly every American within 24 months.

Whether you agree with it or not, this research is likely to unleash a seismic-shift in our understanding of the human life-span and will have dramatic effects on the future of every man, woman, and child that is alive today.

Take a few moments to watch the investigation below and find out exactly what these breakthroughs could mean for you and your loved ones.

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