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 January 30 - First it was humanzees, now it's HURILLAS and HUMANGUTANS - top scientist who claims human-chimp hybrids were born in Florida says we could soon crossbreed with all great apes
 Article: Cloning And Genetic Engineering

Comment from UTT:
The Bible states that God created life according to kinds and that life was to reproduce according to its kind. When man begins to tinker with life by crossing genetic boundaries, we can expect God's judgment like the great flood that occurred in the days of Noah.

A TOP evolutionary psychologist believes humans could soon crossbreed with all great apes to create hybrid "hurillas" and "hurangs". Gorgon Gallup's bombshell claim comes after he alluded to a human-chimpanzee hybrid born in a Florida lab 100 years ago, before doctors killed the "humanzee".

The scientist, who teaches biopsychology at the University of Albany in New York, insists crossbreeding is not limited just chimpanzees. He said: "All of the available evidence - fossil, paleontological and biochemical - including DNA itself, suggests that humans can also breed with gorillas and orangutans. "Humans and all three of the great apes species are all descended from a single common ape-like ancestry. "I've also coined what would be the appropriate terms to refer to human-gorilla hybrids and human-orangutan hybrids which would be a 'hurilla' and a 'hurang'."

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 January 29 - Millennials ready for biometrics, lax on passwords: IBM study
 Article: Techmology For A Global Monetary System

Comment from UTT:
The world has been prepared for the use of biometrics for the purpose of personal identification. The younger generation is more than willing to make the transition. This leads to the implementation of the ultimate in personal identification which is an electronic mark or chip that can be implanted into human tissues as the Book of Revelation predicts that will be required for a global cashless society.
Two-thirds of all adults are comfortable using biometric authentication today, and 87 percent would consider using it in the future, according to a global study by IBM.

"The IBM Security: Future of Identity Study" also found that younger adults are more likely to use biometrics, multi-factor authentication and password managers to improve their personal security, even as they put less effort into traditional password hygiene. Just under half of all adults use complex passwords (49 percent), while only 42 percent of millennials do so, and millennials use an average of 8 passwords, compared to 12 for all adults. In contrast, 75 percent of millennials are comfortable with biometrics today, and only 58 percent of adults over 55 say the same.

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 January 29 - Netanyahu warns Putin: 'We'll act in Lebanon if necessary'
 Article: Israel And The Last Days

Comment from UTT:
Current events indicate that the nation of Israel is being threatened and boxed into a corner from their enemies that surround them. It is also interesting that Russia plays a role in supporting Israel's enemies. How long will it be before a confrontation occurs that is outlined in the Book of Ezekiel, chapter 38?
Israel will act to prevent the transfer of precision missiles to Lebanese soil if forced to, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Monday, following a meeting earlier with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Moscow. 

"I just finished in-depth and good talks with Russian President Vladimir Putin. I told him that Israel views two developments with utmost gravity: First is Iran's efforts to establish a military presence in Syria and second is Iran's attempt to manufacture-in Lebanon-precision weapons against the State of Israel," he told journalists at the conclusion of the meeting, the first since their last tête-à-tête in August 2017.

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