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Tissue engineering is a new technology that uses patented transgenic cells such as those called cDNA (made in the laboratory) that are mixed with other substances called biomaterials – equally patented.

These hybrid cells are injected or applied to the human body so that they stick to our tissue cells . Once penetrated into organs, the substance sticks and grows, creating new artificial tissues , and can even create new hybrid neural networks.

This is accomplished with the help of existing nanomaterials within our bodies. The metals that function as conduits to introduce cells and other proprietary drugs are of two types:

a) the natural ones that we have in our body such as iron , and

b) the non-natural ones that were introduced into the body by contamination such as the so-called “Forever Chemicals”, or graphene oxide (GO) among others.

And in our bodies, cells, or patented drugs penetrate , grow and spread with tentacles that replicate with each other, and thus build tissues and organs , and even new neural networks in our body, including the brain.

Tissue engineering is part of the field of biomaterials development and refers to the practice of combining scaffolds, cells, and biologically active molecules to create functional tissues made of Electrospun Nanofibers .

The goal of tissue engineering is to compile ideas or theories that restore, maintain, or improve damaged tissues and neural networks, including creating entire human organs.

This practice has been controversial as opponents view the biotechnology of creating tissue as an invasion of the body as it renders it transhuman . Anti-transhumanism groups question whether private companies could eventually claim an organ, or the entire body, as private property – from transgenic humans.

And even more, it questions whether proprietary neural networks could be hacked and used to manipulate functions of the body and brain such as movement , functions and emotions . This is something that is already worrying Chile , the first country in the world where its parliament approved in 2020 a law called ” NEURO RIGHTS “ , which seeks to prevent bad actors from hacking the body of humans hybridized with this new technology.

Tissue engineering, also called: Regenerative Medicine , can build human skin , cartilage , and artificial neural networks . All are examples of engineered fabrics that have already been approved by the FDA .




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