Welcome, dear reader, to a world where nature is pushed aside, where technology reigns supreme, and where humanity might be fooled into thinking they have found the ultimate solution to life’s deepest problems. Allow me to unveil the curtains behind EctoLife’s supposedly innovative invention: Afterlife, the world’s first facility boasting artificial wombs.
EctoLife claims to be the saving grace for countries experiencing population declines like Japan, Bulgaria, and Korea. This, however, raises the question: are we falling for the oldest trick in the book? Why is there an urgent need for an artificial womb, one might wonder?
Is it perhaps because we’re being systematically rendered infertile through means like Covid vaccines, GMOs, fluoridated water, and those pesky microplastics that seem to be everywhere these days? EctoLife, promoted by WEF and various NGOs, seems to prioritize “sustainability” and “population reduction.” Ah, now it’s all starting to make sense.
Imagine a facility, powered entirely by renewable energy, housing 75 advanced laboratories. Each of these labs can hold up to 400 growth pods, effectively creating an environment where a staggering 30,000 lab-grown infants could be brought into this world annually. These pods replicate the exact conditions inside a human mother’s womb.
At the forefront of this technological marvel stands Arkredo Life, guaranteeing babies can develop in a pristine, infection-free environment, courtesy of materials preventing bacterial adhesion. One could argue, too perfect, don’t you think?
EctoLife claims to offer “intelligent offspring” by providing optimal nutrients for growth. With two central bioreactors for every pod group, one delivers nutrients and oxygen through an artificial umbilical cord, while the other removes waste. This company not only promises a future free of miscarriages and low sperm counts but also offers a playground of genetic manipulation. Their ELITE package allows parents to customize an infant’s physical appearance and intelligence levels. My dear readers, are we slowly stepping into an era where we are playing God?
Moreover, the birthing process is as simple as pushing a button. There’s no pain, no stress, just a child, ready to be separated from their growth pod, born with a literal push of a button. To top it all off, the company offers a post-birth DNA test ensuring the child’s genetic makeup matches yours, a mark of “complete transparency.”
But what’s even more intriguing is the brain behind this concept. Hashim Al Gailey, a biologist and science communicator, grounded this invention on the work of scientists from the 1950s. That’s right—this idea isn’t new. It’s been brewing, waiting for the right moment to emerge. Perhaps, when society was vulnerable and desperate enough?
For those who wish to avoid the hustle and bustle of visiting a factory, EctoLife offers a compact bioreactor equipped with long-lasting batteries for home use. The idea? You can now ‘hatch‘ your child within the four walls of your home. There is no need for surrogate mothers, no waiting for adoption agencies, and no fear of pregnancy complications. EctoLife claims to have all the answers, summing it up with “Life Reinvented.“
But at what cost?
Have we, in our pursuit of convenience, forgotten the essence of life?
Behind the glitter and shine of these advancements, are we missing the hidden agenda of powerful organizations and the dark game they might be playing?
Delivery is possible, but the question remains: Are we ready for what’s coming?