US Army: ‘Super Soldier’ Genetically Modified Humans Won’t Need Food, Sleep

US Army: ‘Super Soldier’ Genetically Modified Humans Won’t Need Food, SleepThe next frontier of genetic modification is not centered around a certain  fruit or vegetable, but humans. More specifically, military personnel. Genetically modified humans is the next venture for  biotechnology companies working with the United States military, with the  admitted goal of producing a ‘super soldier’ that does not require food or sleep  to perform Olympic-style physical feats.

The genetically modified humans, or ‘super soldiers’, will even be able to regrow limbs that were destroyed by enemy  fire and live off of their fat stores for extreme lengths of time.

Backed by $2 billion a year in funding, the Pentagon’s Defence Advanced  Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently unleashed the news after years of  secret experimentation and study. The organization did not say whether or not  genetically modified humans currently exist to such an extent, however it is  known based on previous reports that human chimeras have already  been created outside of the public spotlight. Such scientific experiments  have drawn fire from scientists and activists alike, who are demanding for laws  to forbid the creation of ‘monsters’.

As of right now, DARPA has a functioning exoskeleton that enables soldiers to  run far faster and handle heavy weights. This is but a step in the direct of  full modification of the genetic coding of soldiers.

DARPA, of course, has earned the nickname of the ‘mad scientist’ wing for its  rampant experiments in modifying life and fusing biology and technology. In  working with killer drones, DARPA earlier this year was developing research into  contact lens-mounted displays that could transport information from  drones into the eyeballs of soldiers. Furthermore, the agency is also  developing helmets in which the soldiers could communicate ‘telepathically’ with the kill drones.

The announcement ties in with the 2045  project, which I’ve covered in the past. The project offers ‘immortality’ to  the wealthy elite who financially back it, and touts artificial bodies and  brains for humans to achieve ‘immortality’. This entire system, of course, ties  into a larger ‘singularity’ project as outlined by the creator of the 2045 plan  and others like Ray Kurzweil. In a nut shell, ‘consciousness singularity’ can be  defined by a merging of all ‘transhuman’ bodies into one ‘hive mind’ of sorts.  Likely a massive super computer of some sorts that has full control over the  minds of those ‘hooked in’.

It truly sounds insane, yet it is plainly stated out in the open. A number of  issues arise from this singularity plan (not to even mention the fact that ‘soldiers’ are slowly becoming more of DARPA creations than human), such as the  serious threat  to humanity’s very integrity. We’ve seen the many issues regarding  traditional GMOs on public health and the environment, now what about human  modification?

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17 Responses to "US Army: ‘Super Soldier’ Genetically Modified Humans Won’t Need Food, Sleep"

  1. Tomsky  August 16, 2012 at 12:07 am

    Yeah… no. If politicians want to go to war, give them the guns.

  2. sean  August 16, 2012 at 12:16 am

    Who wrote this? Where is the author’s name? This sounds a lot to me like something Alex Jones would say: “wealthy elite”? I understand the nature of this site, and I totally approve of the Zeitgeist movement, but I think some of the content here is slightly biased.

    As per the “singularity”, Ray Kurzweil was fairly optimistic about the movement, at least according to his film “Transcendant Man”. I would be more than happy to have an operation on me that would allow me to live forever. People already get huge surgeries on their body parts, and if it weren’t for technology, I would not be able to see the way I do now. How many people have undergone cataract surgery? We need technology, and it is not harming society. Those who fail to embrace technology will be left behind. Whether we like it or not, just as Kurzweil says, we must accept the singularity, and the fact that there may be many superhumans around us. Perhaps it’s time, then, to speak out to those people creating them, and ask ourselves why the people creating the superhumans are responsible for “defense”.

    I appreciate this information, and I do still appreciate your posts, whoever this may be.

  3. asdasdddaasdd  August 16, 2012 at 12:30 am


  4. Dana  August 16, 2012 at 2:01 am

    We have always had technology. A knapped flint arrowhead is technology. We never have to do without technology. The problem is going well beyond what we have had time to adapt into. The problem is scientists thinking we *don’t have* to adapt. Every time we jump the gun on adaptation to environment, we wind up sick, or we pollute the environment beyond repair, or we wind up with intractable social issues.

    Aren’t you tired of it yet? I sure the hell am.

    The whole fight between indigenous and farming/city people is an issue of adaptation. Indigenous people are willing to adapt. Farming/city people are not. By definition.

    We did not create life, we did not create the biosphere and we have ZERO understanding of it compared to what is left for us to discover. It’s like a newborn baby trying to drive a car–except a baby isn’t that stupid. So what’s wrong with us?

    And I have no desire to live forever. I might fantasize about it very rarely but I attribute that to a hardcore Doctor Who addiction more than anything else. I get over it. Life would cease if no one ever died. And if useless parasites with more fiat paper and metal than sense think they’re going to outlive me and mine, just you wait. They can’t live forever if we all walk away from their machinery and command our own lives again.

  5. Corey  August 16, 2012 at 2:55 am

    Not only is there no source, but if you google this headline, you’ll get dozens, maybe hundreds of aggragators with identical stories with different, or no listed, authors. This seems like something someone cooked up and the underbelly of the aggregation squad picked up and passed around.

    Regrow limbs, indeed. It’s easy to toss around words like DARPA without understanding what they do.

  6. smokey  August 16, 2012 at 3:35 am

    Somethings are just to hard to believe! And who wants to live forever?

  7. MewMeowWow  August 16, 2012 at 3:45 am

    Is there any editor in chief here?! The rest f what i read here is awesome, but this article seems unreal. I need links to proofs or at lesst semi-proofs!

  8. shesajem  August 16, 2012 at 4:20 am

    I saw an episode from DollHouse with the group mind controlled zombies. Creepy.

  9. Sue  August 16, 2012 at 5:43 am

    Some people believe everything they read, pathetic!!!

    • phainon  August 16, 2012 at 11:04 am

      Some people believe things even by not even knowing the origins of it or what actually is. (like the bible or the book of genesis or koran, astrology etc).

      About the article…
      The exoskeleton is a fact. Get over it there have been even documentaries about it, that the US army is demonstrating it.
      About expanding life span, is a project that various labs around the word are working on it many years now, get over it too.
      To grow new limbs is science fiction IMO (for now at least.)
      However there are many species on this planet that have the ability to regenerate various parts of their body.
      About the “telepathy” (ridiculous word to use i admit, send and receive info/data is the proper term)….Have in mind that Honda has developed a helmet that by wearing it you can drive your car just with your “thoughts”.
      Mercedes in all latest models has the “Attention Assist” system that monitors in 70 points drivers behaviour….and last but not least….
      Toyota back in 2001 (if i remember well) introduced a car that was changing colour depending on drivers mood.
      All that without the need to connect anything on your body (except the helmet).
      Now….. if all this information can be transferred from the driver to the CPU of the car just by sitting and touching a steering wheel….what stops this information to travel all around the world ….via i don’t know … satellite?
      All this examples are from car manufacturers that don’t have much motives in this type of technology except that maybe some day they can sell the patent.
      By looking back in history we know by fact that military/war is the fundamental reason for nations spending tons of money on new-extreme technology’s/discoveries.

      I am not talking about god’s, spirits and elf’s here….simple facts and technologies that anyone can verify them or even buy some of them.
      So this article isn’t so sci-fi after all, now is it?

  10. Jhani  August 16, 2012 at 8:06 am

    even if there is no source and the news are fake, this is still real and going on. In fact, we are past this point probably by at least a decade. This whole sourceless hoax could be disinformation to cover up the real thing. best disinformations may contain even 98% truth and it’s all left for the interpretation which is then led false with the 2%.

  11. schnatz  August 17, 2012 at 10:49 am

    noooooo!! we are part of the nature we are brought here to be one with the animals and nature around us, we see it so wrong! and after all those years it became clear that our way of living with societys and technology doesnt work and doesnt make anybody happy. we should be so happy that we as strange beings somehow were brought on this amazingly beautifull so BEAUTIFULL planet earth! wauw!! its such a blessing. and now the most important thing is to see our mistakes and save this wonderfull planet! share, believe, love, have faith in your natural human strenghts and we will see our true abbilitys, for example look at the egyptians! yes we are not 100% from this planet! and we should use these strengts of us to succeed becoming to a higher level of consciousness and be in touch with all the people around us by telepathy by sharing information with our own abbillity. ofcourse SOME people know this and know their is coming a change, but since now their still trying to make us forget that, to make us feel like a lonely individual that needs to be dependent. they know our strenght, and let us believe were just ”human” and some GMO human who lives forever and blabla is better than US NATURAL REAL HUMAN heeeellloo?? trying to scare us with their cruel movies, or movies where it is the end of the world, or this insane amuse for movies with killing creatures blood and flesh theiring apart wtf! they even modified our food water (with fluor) every freaking thing aroud us just to keep that mind sleeping.. so it is really difficult to dont be a part of that, BUT i can feel it, you can feel it we can feel it, its changing and nothing they can do to stop us! everybody who is brought on this earth at this age of year is becoming a part of a insanely wonderfull heartopening uprising unbelievable wauw unexplainable :) feeling and change, such a change, and we cant wait for it, be happy enjoy and let it happen and dont be scared because everything is in touch with mothernature she’ll care for you, fear does not exist, all it is,is LOVE. ——- (bad english probably but tried my best :))

  12. Irwin Nobody  August 20, 2012 at 4:10 am

    The Kurtzweil info is somewhat accurate and R.K. does work with the military industry on the singularity issue and has stated so openly. (Just because he states so openly doesn’t mean it’s a good thing.) There are exoskeletons (Reference the 3rd Matrix movie for an example) but that’s pretty different than cyborgs (Reference Terminator) which is what this story seems to be referring to.

    While tech can accomplish some mind bending feats I have to say that this is sensationalism in it’s purest form and hope that although we who want to know the truth of things gather as a collective of some like mindedness…IMO it’s really important now to go into what appears to be hackishness in order to get attention for other, more…shall I say…accurate information.

    Sensationalism only gains the opposite of credibility.

  13. Irwin Nobody  August 20, 2012 at 4:13 am


    I meant to say,

    “IMO it’s really important NOT to go into what appears to be hackishness in order to get attention for other, more…shall I say…accurate information.”

    Please pardon my typo

  14. Steven Fletcher  August 29, 2012 at 3:41 am


  15. Open nutshell  September 22, 2012 at 12:22 am

    Just keeping an open mind here and figured I put my own thought in. This is truly a strange read. I personally don’t believe this article but there is that what if question. On to the point. In my personal opinion this article was put up widespread to probably dupe other nations or a nation competing for technological superiority such as a superpower nation trying to maintain that number one spot or trying to reclaim its number one spot. A good example would be the first country to land on the moon but did it really happen? Once again to maintain that number one spot of superiority. But then again I could be making no sense here.


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