Until recently most people had never even heard of mRNA vaccines. Now scientists believe they may be the key to solving a wealth of health problems.
‘A’ key. Not ‘the’ key.
The article is interesting, but it does not have much to do with making ‘superhumans’. I think this may be a case where the editor made a click-bait title.
In any case, what about superhumans? There is some recent buzz that injecting cerebral spinal fluid from young mice → old mice rejuvenates the old mice. So what about us old folks? Maybe one day there will be mRNA “fountain of youth” injections!
I think we would be better advised to investigate radioactive spiders, if it’s super-powers you’re looking for.
The radioactivity stimulates the concentration of self amplifying arachnid mRNA in the venom glands. It all makes sense now.
Dr. Jeckyll and Mr.Hyde.
Super Soldier Serum.
And a long list of Super Villians.
ETA: Moderna is running ads about mRNA.
I thought mRNA gave people the ability to attract metallic objects like a magnet?
The article discusses mRNA therapeutics for chronic diseases like cystic fibrosis and less important conditions such as lactose intolerance. I wonder how long a single treatment lasts. Of course, pharmaceutical companies see a lot more profit from a therapy that requires constant dosage.
Ah, not Spider-Man but Magneto, you’re saying?
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