Scientist Reveals World’s First Artificial Womb Facility that Can Incubate 30,000 Babies by James Lasher for Charisma News
Hubris has been getting mankind into trouble since the ancients walked the earth.
Stories of people trying to elevate themselves to the level of God (or gods that they believed in) demonstrate how such efforts were met with tragedy and death.
This is a sick world we are heading down ….. pic.twitter.com/HVqodjiEno
— Big bird (@Bigbird32392741) December 13, 2022
Icarus flew too close to the sun; Dr. Frankenstein created his monster; and the movie “The Lazarus Effect” is about trying to raise humans from the dead using a serum. They all show how mankind has suffered because of pride and rebellion.
But what happens when fiction becomes reality and mankind tries to grow life in a laboratory?
On Friday, Dec. 9, 2022, German scientist Hashem Al-Ghaili introduced the concept of the world’s first artificial womb facility. This laboratory, EctoLife, would be able to incubate up to 30,000 babies a year.
“It’s a perfect solution for women who had their uterus surgically removed due to cancer or other complications. With EctoLife, premature births and C-sections will be a thing of the past. EctoLife is designed to help countries that are suffering from severe population decline, including Japan, Bulgaria, South Korea and many others,” according to a news release from EctoLife.
“According to the World Health Organization, around 300,000 women die from pregnancy complications. EctoLife artificial womb is designed to alleviate human suffering and reduce the chances of C-sections,” Hashem wrote.
As the old-saying goes, “the road to hell is paved with good intentions.”
While trying to mimic a woman’s womb, EctoLife says that the baby will be monitored in every conceivable way by an artificial intelligence.
“EctoLife allows your baby to develop in an infection-free environment. The pods are made of materials that prevent germs from sticking to their surfaces. Every growth pod features sensors that can monitor your baby’s vital signs, including heartbeat, temperature, blood pressure, breathing rate and oxygen saturation. The artificial-intelligence-based system also monitors the physical features of your baby and reports any potential genetic abnormalities.”