2586Re: [steiner] Biotech Question
- Jan 30, 2004Thank you, Sheila, I'll look into the website.
--- LilOleMissy <lilolemissy@...> wrote:
> Dear George,__________________________________
> It is my understanding Steiner said at least on one
> occasion that man would learn to create life sooner
> or later in an unconventional way. I apologize for
> not being able to pinpoint the actual source or
> methodology hinted intended. Regarding the field of
> genetics, the work of David Heaf, Anthroposophical
> geneticist, is outstanding and you may wish to look
> at his web site: http://www.anth.org/ifgene/2002.htm
> as well as the links included therein.
> Social Artist <social_artist@...> wrote:
> I am wondering if anyone is familiar with anything
> Rudolf Steiner might have said or written regarding
> today's advances in biotechnology. It is
> that scientists are learning to rearrange DNA and
> structures in a way that we may realize in the not
> distant future great advances in engineering the
> mechanics of life and create living machines. In
> addition to the bizarre idea of growing headless
> clones for organ farming, it seems the day will come
> when we might be able to develop a strain of tree
> grows itself into the shape of a table, or a chair,
> even the structure of a house.
> It is my understanding that Steiner wrote of a time
> when the human ability to affect life forces was
> that humans were able to direct the growth of
> It is my understanding that abuses of these forces
> to the Atlantean flood.
> Thank you for your help.
> -Those who cannot hear the music think that the
> dancer is mad.
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