Scientist creates agent to wipe out human suffering race

Dutch Researcher Created A Super-Influenza Virus With The Potential To Kill Millions

Doctor Tipster – ANDREI RICIU – Nov 28, 2011

A Dutch researcher has created a virus with the potential to kill half of the planet’s population. Now, researchers and experts in bioterrorism debate whether it is a good idea to publish the virus creation ”recipe”. However, several voices argue that such research should have not happened in the first place.

The virus is a strain of avian influenza H5N1 genetically modified to be extremely contagious. It was created by researcher Ron Fouchier of the Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam, Netherlands. The work was first presented at a conference dedicated to influenza, that took place in September in Malta. Go to story


The aim of human life should be to put an end to the ultimate sufferings, but people do not even know what these ultimate sufferings are.

excerpt from Teachings of Queen Kunti, Chapter 16:

At the present moment, we are in a diseased condition. Materialists do not know what is disease and what is health. They do not know anything, but still they are posing as great scientists and philosophers. They do not inquire, “I do not want to die. Why is death enforced upon me?” Nor do they have any solution to this problem. But still they call themselves scientists. What kind of scientists are they? Advancement in science should bring about knowledge by which misery can be minimized. Otherwise, what is the meaning of science? Scientists may promise that they can help us in the future, but we may ask them, “What are you giving us right now, sir?” A real scientist will not say, “Just go on suffering as you are suffering now, and in the future we shall find some chemicals to help you.” No. Atyantika-duhkha-nivrittih. The word atyantika means “ultimate,” and duhkha means “sufferings.” The aim of human life should be to put an end to the ultimate sufferings, but people do not even know what these ultimate sufferings are. These sufferings are pointed out in Bhagavad-gita as janma-mrityu-jara-vyadhi: birth, death, old age, and disease. What have we done to nullify these sufferings? There is no remedy for them in the material world.

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