In a controversial first, a team of researchers have been creating embryos that are part human and part monkey. Spanish-born biologist Juan Carlos Izpisúa Belmonte, who operates a lab at the Salk Institute in California has been working with monkey researchers in China to perform the disturbing research. Their objective is to create “human-animal chimeras,” in this case monkey embryos to which human cells are added.
After everything I've experienced in my life I never thought I'd see more than that! So, I was driving home that night after going to get groceries. It was about 11 pm. I came down a hill and crossed the little bridge . . .. It was dark, but clear. I always drive with the high beams on unless a car is approaching. I saw someone walking down the other side of the road with a flashlight. This was right next to a . . . Facility . . .