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Supreme Court Ruling on Transhumanism

In a 2013 court case Pathology v Myriad Genetics, inc, in the US, the Supreme Court ruled that human DNA could not be patented because it was “a product of nature”. But at the end of the decision, the Supreme Court ruled that if a human genome is modified by mRNA vaccines (which are currently in use), then the genome can be patented.

This means that everyone who has received the vaccine is now technically “patented” and something that is patented is “proprietary” and will be included in the definition of “transhumans”. People who are legally identified as ‘transhuman’ do not have access to human rights or rights granted by the state. This is because they are not classified as 100% biological or human.

Therefore, technically, anyone with this vaccine would no longer have access to human rights.

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