I have to confess that what I am thinking is all based on some circumstantial evidence and a lot of dot connecting that may it may not be related however it is interesting to at least think out loud or somehow try and piece together a few circumstantial clues that need to be exposed.

Just a few days ago I mentioned in passing a report out of Russia where blue barrels were found containing over 200 dead fetuses. There were many theories as to why the fetuses were left there and many scientists and geneticist weighed in on the possibility that these babies were used in genetic experiments. One went as far as to say the dead babies organs were being used to create life rejuvenation or genetic enhancements for humans.

This story came after the report that the world’s first genetically modified humans had been created and that 30 healthy babies were born after a series of experiments in the United States. So far, two of the babies have been tested and have been found to contain genes from three ‘parents’.

Fifteen of the children were born in the past three years as a result of one experimental program at the Institute for Reproductive Medicine and Science of St Barnabas in New Jersey. The babies were born to women who had problems conceiving. Extra genes from a female donor were inserted into their eggs before they were fertilized in an attempt to enable them to conceive. Genetic fingerprint tests on two one-year- old children confirm that they have inherited DNA from three adults –two women and one man.

The fact that the children have inherited the extra genes and incorporated them into their germ line means that they will, in turn, be able to pass them on to their own offspring. Altering the human germ line – in effect tinkering with the very make-up of our species – is a technique shunned by the vast majority of the world’s scientists.

Geneticists fear that one day this method could be used to create new races of humans with extra, desired characteristics such as strength or high intelligence. Since we have introduced foreign genes into the embryos of mice, cows, sheep, and pigs for years, there’s no technological reason to suggest that it can’t be done in humans too.

Ground Zero reported earlier this year that scientists in Oregon had created the world’s first Chimeras in a lab. Experiments leading to the birth of the world’s first chimeric rhesus monkeys have demonstrated that mouse and primate early embryos have very different capacities to accept cells and develop into true chimeras. The three male infants, twins Roku and Hex, and another called Chimero, were born after researchers at the Oregon National Primate Research Center and Oregon Health & Science University generated aggregates of multiple four-cell embryos, and implanted the resulting blastocysts into surrogate mothers.

Genetic enhancements and genetic tailoring of the unborn is now a reality and while many people see it as repulsive and a mockery of nature, we must understand that the intentions of the elite is to introduce into the eco system genetically modified plants, animals, and a race of genetically modified supermen to be used as super soldiers.

James Holmes the suspected killer in the Aurora Dark Knight shootings was found to be part of a U.S. government research project headed by the Salk Institute that included neurologically enhancing soldiers’ abilities on the battlefield. The project was also over seen by Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the central research and development organization for the United States Department of Defense.

Holmes is one of six recipients of a National Institutes of Health Neuroscience Training Grant at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus in Denver. Holmes is also a graduate of the University of California at Riverside with a Bachelor of Science degree in neuroscience. Although Holmes dropped out of the PhD neuroscience program at Anschutz in June, police evacuated two buildings at the Anschutz center after the massacre at the Aurora movie theater. Holmes reportedly gave a presentation at the Anschutz campus in May on Micro DNA Biomarkers in a class titled “Biological Basis of Psychiatric and Neurological Disorders.”

In fact in 2006, at the age of 18, Holmes served as a research intern at the Salk Institute at the University of California at San Diego in La Jolla. Add to that the fact that for the previous two years before Holmes worked at the Salk Institute, the research center was partnered with the Defense Advance Research Projects Agency (DARPA), including Columbia University, University of California at San Francisco, University of Wisconsin at Madison, Wake Forest University, and the Mars Company (manufacturers of Milky Way and Snickers bars) to deter fatigue in combat troops through the enhanced use of epicatechina, a blood flow-increasing and blood vessel-dilating anti-oxidant flavanol found in cocoa and, particularly, in dark chocolate.

The research was part of a larger DARPA program known as the “Peak Soldier Performance Program,” which involved creating brain-machine interfaces for battlefield use, including human-robotic bionics for legs, arms, and eyes. DARPA works closely with the Defense Science Office on projects that include the medical research community. Fitzsimons was at the forefront of DARPA research on the use of brain-connected “neuroprosthetic” limbs for soldiers whose limbs were amputated or paralyzed in combat.

This type of genetic super soldier enhancement seems to be similar to that of Treadstone—the super secret soldier program talked about in the Jason Bourne movies.

It is also interesting to note that in the aftermath of the Aurora shootings American movie goers will be seeing in theaters at least two movies about genetic altering and mental enhancement in the remake of Total Recall and The Bourne legacy.

Scientists have now been carrying out some of the most bizarre experiments and have created genetically superior mutants, chimeras and in some cases “monsters.” I used to think that there would be a serious outcry about these types of experiments and yet it is becoming evident that our crazed gunman in movie theaters, our cannibalistic murderers, vampires and whatever else is evidently part of some experiment where genetically modified humans, animals and foods are now tearing down the building blocks in the ecosystem and while it sounds to crazy to be believed, the idea and fear of genetically modified humans have also crept into the Olympic games.

Let’s say a consortium of scientists got together with a government of a country and decided to create a human chimera. The purpose of the chimera is to show how science can create a race of super soldiers, or even super humans for war, workforce and sports competitions such as the Olympics. They would enhance an athlete with the cells of an animal. Perhaps cells from a cat would somehow allow an athlete agility in jumping, or cells from fish could enhance an athlete’s ability to swim faster.

Perhaps geneticists could use DNA to enhance oxygen efficiency where the heart and lungs can kick into a hyperactive state giving the athlete the ability to move faster and endure longer.

If this were true then perhaps we could see the results at the Olympic Games in London. The truth is the idea of genetic tinkering with athletes has crossed the minds of Olympic officials after several weird behaviors were being seen by Olympic athletes during the 2012 Olympics.

Ye Shiwen, a 16-year-old Chinese swimmer set a new record for the female medley of 4 minutes 28,43 seconds at the Olympics which has now prompted the vicious rumor that she was doped or used steroids to win the competition. She has won two gold medals and after an investigation it was found that she was not doped. Shiwen’s father has said that the ugly rumors about his daughter are a product of the arrogance of the west.

The rumors now have gotten uglier.

The rumor now is that perhaps Shiwen is one of a suspected many genetically enhanced athletes competing at the games. John Leonard, the highly respected American director of the World Swimming Coaches Association, described the 16-year-old’s world-record-breaking performance as ‘suspicious’, ‘disturbing’ and ‘unbelievable’.

He went on to say that the authorities who tested Ye Shewin for drug abuse and failed to prove it should also check to see ‘if there is something unusual going on in terms of genetic manipulation’.

Laboratory experiments have already shown how easy it is to genetically modify a human. In 2005, Ronald Evans, a hormone expert working at the Salk Institute of Biological Studies in La Jolla, California, the same biological lab that James Holmes was affiliated with was able to demonstrate how genetic modification can increase the athletic power of mice.

Evans produced a group of genetically modified mice with an increased amount of slow-twitch muscle fiber. This type of fiber is associated with strong cardiovascular muscles and boosts an athlete’s endurance.

Evans’s mice could run for an hour longer than normal mice, were resistant to weight gain no matter what they were fed on, and remained at peak fitness even when they took no exercise. A form of genetic modification is already being tested in medicine, in the form of gene therapy for diseases such as cystic fibrosis.

Most gene modification techniques involve placing genetically modified DNA inside a virus and injecting it into the human body. The virus then enters human cells, and its modified DNA attaches itself to the human DNA inside those cells. So using Super soldier technology it may well be possible for athletes to use a virus to introduce a gene that spurs the production of oxygen-carrying red blood cells or muscle-building hormones.

And the heightened blood-cell counts or hormone levels might simply appear to the doping agencies to be the product of an extraordinary athlete’s body.

Tests are being developed to detect this kind of manipulation, but at the moment, the World Anti-Doping Agency does not have one. So now we have a mystery and a question of human genetic purity in the Olympic Games. Perhaps we are seeing the result of such genetic tinkering taking place at the Olympics.

If this is all true, and if we are witnessing a major revelation in human genetic modification should we find a way to detect chimeras at the Olympic games? Should we let them compete and if not should we have a special Olympic event where Chimeras and supermen and women compete and we can witness disturbing and unconventional endurance of the human body?

We now live in times where we can supplant natural human life, plant life and animal life with artificial life, or enhanced life by design. Soon we will be able to see humans that can endure harsh conditions, maybe even humans capable of breathing in noxious fumes, or staying under water indefinitely.

The goal of the elite is to create an entirely human made system, a system where man makes man by his own design, where humans are the new puppets under the control of the masters.

The ethical dimensions of such science should be of concern to everyone. It looks as if the human race is about to evolve again, we will soon meld together with genetic changes and machinery built to enhance the human experience.

Hypereality is not enough, the uncanny valley will soon be crossed in world record time. Not even your disgust will be enough to stop it.