You thought that the millions of plastic containers artificially “growing” human children in The Matrix were scary? Wait until you see the animated “EctoLife,” which is the first artificial womb facility in the world. Hashem Al-Ghaili posted a video online describing a facility that could produce thousands of babies and then monitor them for any biological problems or growth. EctoLife claims that it can engineer the best embryos and are “reinventing evolution” by producing “30,000 lab-grown babies each year.”
EctoLife stated, “Our goal…is to provide you an intelligent offspring which truly reflects your smart decisions.”
Remember how leftists kept telling us for years that the earth is overpopulating? EctoLife’s advertisement clearly stated that it was “designed to assist countries that are experiencing severe population decline”. This is something that almost all of the world, including America, is, is currently suffering from. It turns out that sacrificing reproduction to pursue high-powered careers and luxury vacations, as well as to end “climate change,” was not a smart idea. It is possible to create fake wombs and have babies exactly as God intended. Artificial intelligence (AI) will monitor your baby for genetic abnormalities (it isn’t clear what happens to babies who are supposedly flawed).
One positive aspect of the ad is the use of the term “baby” throughout to refer to unborn babies. This tacit admission by pro-lifers that the unborn are human beings and not just clumps or cells, is really what makes it so good.
However, there are some disturbing aspects to this ad. The ad claims that parents can “engineer” their baby’s DNA using CRISPR gene editing. This can make the baby “genetically superior,” from his skin color and intelligence to his susceptibilities to genetic diseases. The narrator exclaims that birth will not involve a woman’s body anymore (just another way of pretending to liberate women, I suppose). It will be a simple “push of the button”.
EctoLife claims it can send you home to incubate your baby. The more it’s from reality, the better.
The advertisement displayed a leftist bent, boasting EctoLife would be powered by sustainable wind and solar energy so you don’t have to worry too much about your “carbon footprint”.
It was particularly fascinating that the ad claimed that EctoLife would eliminate miscarriage and low fertility. Studies also show that COVID-19 vaccines can reduce sperm counts. Are transhumanist leftists responsible for creating the problem and offering EctoLife as a solution?
EctoLife advertised that it could help infertile women (or women who had their wombs removed) to have biological offspring. It doesn’t end there. The ad promised that there would be no more C-sections and no more complications during labor. EctoLife plans to be the norm and not an exception in childbirth pain.
Although I don’t intend to be a conspiracy theorist this is not the first time that entities have attempted to control human reproduction. There have been forced sterilization scandals in Africa linked to the World Health Organization (WHO). The United States government also approved forced sterilizations in the early 1900s. Could “EctoLife”, a medical tech company or government, be used to try and control the ability of people to have children?
Al-Ghaili stated that scientists had already achieved the “feature[s]”, but it is not clear what this means.
The ad claimed that everything was perfectly designed. “EctoLife improves the bonding experience you have with your baby.” With VR, you can “see what they’re seeing and hear what their ears are hearing.” Who would have thought that scientists could surpass God? EctoLife will have 75 labs each with 400 “growth pods.” It also allows you to feed words and music directly to your baby’s brain via “internal speakers.” Parents can keep their baby in the bedroom with them so they can be close to him. Although not as close as God intended it to be, who would want to see her baby suffer pain? EctoLife offers a “more convenient” solution.
The animated video is strange because of the baby bubbles that line up in the facility and the scientists who look exactly like China’s “Big Whites”, It’s actually more than just weird. It’s a reminder of how confident scientists today are in their ability to be gods.