Genetic Engineering and Diseases – Gene Drive & Malaria

We have the choice to attack one of our oldest enemies with genetic engineering. But should we do it? Support us on Patreon so we can make more videos (and …


  1. Let's just develop drone jumper spiders to eliminate all the mosquitos on earth, their role on ecological niche is not even proven to be important or not even if thats the case if we stop I think remainings will eventually fill the empty spaces back…

  2. If it was me or my child I would want it immediately so morally I can't say stop it – unless there is a real foreseeable danger, use it now.

  3. In my opinion it is better to take the risk that malaria is very murderous so just not better to get rid of it?

    Yes, it will not work, but maybe in a few years we'll find technology that will kill them once and for all.

    Or is it simply better to wait …

  4. What about making an isolated test with the engineered mosquitos. Release them in a large netted area to procreate, and study the effects in a span of 5 years, where various generations could've already come and the mutations that could've gone wrong would've already happened. If nothing out of the planned happens, then release the plan to a worldwide scale, and if undesired results happen, you can work on it or just seal it off completely.

  5. isolate only one mosquito to test it on and a closed and controlled environment and run tests. if it adapts and becomes immune then kill it. do not let it out to reproduce.

  6. Some people have used a mixture of 22,5 % sodium chlorite mixed with 5 % hydrochloric acid in a one to one drop solution, ( 3 drops an hour) also called MMS. It can cure Malaria completely. Go and search for: MMS cure to Malaria.
    Best wishes

  7. Instead of changing mosquitos just change us and insert the antibody gene for malaria into our DNA. MALARIA VACCINE

    Edit: If you think that if it goes wrong with us and causes a mass extinction then they could have alpha and beta testers, its like a video game, they need testers to see if it will work before they release it

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