The latest ‘scientific’ discovery has feminists rejoicing, hopeful of an ideal world: one without men. Scientists at the University of Kent have recently revealed shocking findings in genetic research that suggest that the Y chromosome in humans, responsible for determining sex, has “degenerated rapidly,” causing concern that thousands of generations from now, it will cease to exist. The claim has already been widely accepted by the scientific community, however, research in Japan suggests that there is no need to worry.
The news about the Y chromosome not being as strong as once suggested, has many concerned about a hypothetical problem that would not occur for an estimated 4.6 billion years. However, it is being argued that this is worrisome “considering that life has existed on Earth for 3.5 billion years.” It seems like a short amount of time when put in such contexts, however, the human race has a long way to go before legitimate paranoia would be necessary.
The problem that the Y chromosome faces, the science explains, is that there is only one of the chromosome in a male’s genetic makeup when there are two of every other chromosome. As a natural effect of reproduction, genes are sometimes damaged, leaving “males with an X and a shriveled Y” chromosome. Thankfully, for the alleged ‘problem,’ there is already a biological process which is reversing this, known as a “gene conversion event.”
It has been discovered that the Y chromosome can form and repair itself in a palindrome structure which can be read in either direction, similar to words that are palindromes, such as ‘racecar’ or ‘level.’ This essentially gives the chromosome a second chance at survival, ensuring its continued existence in determining sex in future populations.
However, this is not convenient for the agenda which promotes that males are not as strong as females, including their chromosomal makeup. Researcher Jenny Graves of La Trobe University in Australia contends that the palindrome strategy is not a solution to the problem by any means and that the Y chromosome will absolutely go extinct at some point in human history.
Unfortunately for this school of thought, further tangible research debunks that humanity will be unable to reproduce naturally. Graves brings up the example of Japanese research which has observed a population of “spiny rates and mole voles” who no longer carry the Y chromosome at all. Instead, the “master switch gene” occurs in another chromosome which no longer requires a Y or absence of such to determine sex.
As seen in the Japanese rodent, a species in question would technically become a new species, with the only change being how reproduction occurs genetically. Males and females would still be able to reproduce without the Y chromosome if this occurred. At this point, “genetic engineering” may enable “same-sex females couples or infertile men to conceive,” as if we did not have gender confusion in society already.
The recent discussion of males essentially becoming extinct is on the same level as the global warming debate. Scientists looking to support an agenda have specifically searched for data that can be turned around into ‘findings’ which often scare the general public. Similar to supposed climate change, fluctuations in naturally occurring phenomenon have been used to convince the masses that there is a problem. In both scenarios, neither are issues that are arguably relevant in this point in history due to the ‘problems’ being long-term and because nothing can essentially be done at this point that would concretely affect the Earth and its ability to continue.
The scientific concern is even pettier considering that there have been proven to be other ways to conceive a child, such as in vitro fertilization. Ironically, these are often used by Democrats, especially in the LGBT community, who know that they are a possible solution. It is disturbing also considering that the same ‘science’ communities who are suddenly worried about the human race are the same individuals who have been fighting for artificial conception, and, conversely, terminating conception. Now, life is precious, they appear to be claiming.
Those working to prove the ridiculous claim as false have added that in 4.6 years when the male population is said to become extinct, Earth’s citizens will have “more pressing concerns” to worry about. It is highly unlikely that humans will ever have to resort to solely artificial conception to continue populating. Science has worked out any natural selection processes up until this point in history and will continue to do so whether humans are studying it or not.