This story comes courtesy of V.T. who spotted it and passed it along.
DARPA - those wonderful folks at the Diabolically Apocalyptic Research Projects Agency - have actually announced an anti-aging pill and the military is going to test it:
Here's the story:
Special Operations Command expects to move into clinical trials next year of a pill that may inhibit or reduce some of the degenerative affects of aging and injury — part of a broader Pentagon push for “improved human performance.”
The pill “has the potential, if it is successful, to truly delay aging, truly prevent onset of injury — which is just amazingly game changing,” Lisa Sanders, director of science and technology for Special Operations Forces, acquisition, technology & logistics (SOF AT&L), said Friday.
“We have completed pre-clinical safety and dosing studies in anticipation of follow-on performance testing in fiscal year 2022,” Navy Cmdr. Tim Hawkins, a SOCOM spokesperson, said.
SOCOM is using Other Transaction Authority (OTA) funds to partner with private biotech laboratory Metro International Biotech, LLC (MetroBiotech) in the pill’s development, which is based on what is called a “human performance small molecule,” he explained.
“These efforts are not about creating physical traits that don’t already exist naturally. This is about enhancing the mission readiness of our forces by improving performance characteristics that typically decline with age,” Hawkins said. “Essentially, we are working with leading industry partners and clinical research institutions to develop a nutraceutical, in the form of a pill that is suitable for a variety of uses by both civilians and military members, whose resulting benefits may include improved human performance – like increased endurance and faster recovery from injury.”
That, in essence, is it.
One doesn't have to think very far to see why an anti-aging pill would be of interest to the military. Beyond the reasons stated above, there are some others; what if, for example, the pills were made available only to soldiers and/or veterans, and their families? Sign up for the Special Operations Command, and get access to anti-aging technology. Support the government, and its narratives, and not only will your corporate coupon (digital "currency") reflect that, but you'll have access to a long life in the technocratic hell Mr. Globaloney is preparing.
But there's a very intriguing and suggestive detail in this article that really grabbed my attention, and that concerned the ingredients of this anti-aging pill:
But in the case of the SOCOM program, the pill in question is the result of biotechnology.
MetroBiotech did not respond to a request for comment. However, its website explains that the firm has developed a number of proprietary precursor compounds for “nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (NAD+)” which “is critically important to the function of all living cells.”
Nicotinamide... niacin? Vitamin B? So the anti-aging pill is a "Vitamin B" supplement so to speak, consisting of "proprietary precursor compounds" for the "nicotinamide adnenine dinucleotide"?
This - in a world where we don't even know everything in the mRNA injections - raises my suspicion meter into the red zone. Just what is in those "proprietary precursor compounds" I wonder? Eye of newt and ear of bat? Human stem cells or "processed protein" from abortions? Who knows, but I wouldn't be surprised at anything.
And here's another question: in all the tests of their anti-aging pill, are they going to test what happens to animals given this anti-aging pill over a prolonged time? (Hopefully they won't test on people, but in the post-planscamdemic world where there has been clear flouting of the Nuremberg Code I don't put anything past them.) Will prolonged exposure have an effect on behaviour? (I suspect it will, and probably not a good one.)
And let's not forget, it's the folks at DARPA bringing you this... the same folks who, as I pointed out in the July 8 News and Views, also helped fund "mRNA therapies."
Thanks DARPA, but no thanks.
See you on the flip side...