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For the loyal readers of the Deus Ex Machina blog, you will recall the series of post that your humble blogger did about the r/K Selection Theory (see one here). In those posts, Stefan Molyneux laid out the biology and physiology behind why people behave in certain environments like they do.

A subsequent video appeared which I have embedded above. In this video, Stefan Molyneux and Dr. Jim Penman discuss other biological and bio-metric issues, outside of the r/K Selection Theory, surrounding Civilizations and why they fall. In this video, Mr. Penman discusses the research that he is financing, research which could help arrest the decline and disintegration of Western Civilization and the end of our way of life as we know it.

Specifically, Mr. Penman raises the issue of hormonal imbalances, OXYTOCINS among others, and by extension hormonal supplements that could offset biological and neurological processes. These processes are most likely behind the PHENOMENON that is at the ROOT of the on-setting Civilizational suicide.

Well, it appears that he isn’t the only one looking into this area…

It would now appear that the Germans… Make that the German government to be more precise, has also entered this area of research. Yet unlike Dr. Penman, the Germans are attempting to accelerate the Civilizational decline through hormonal therapy.

I kid you not!

Below is a post that appeared at the Polish website Niezalezna.pl. I have taken the liberty to translate the post and present it for your information. (see original here)

Please read trough the below text and watch the above video for larger CONTEXT. It is critical to understand the level of knowledge and the state of the science in this area and who the respective interests are, interests which are facing off in the greatest of Civilizational crises that has affected Christendom since the fall of Rome.

And God help us all if the Germans prevail this time…

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SHOCK! Germany is doing experiments on people. Give them hormone to be nice to the refugees

Although it sounds inconceivable, scientists from the University Hospital, a part of one of Germany’s biggest universities – the Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn – are working on the possibility of combating xenophobia and reluctance towards immigrants with … hormone therapy.

The results have already been published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. A group of Bonn researchers has studied how to reduce xenophobia and strengthen altruism. Researchers have come to the conclusion that this greatly affects the proper use of the oxytocin hormone. Hormonal therapy significantly increases peoples willingness to donate money to those in need, especially to immigrants and refugees, even among those who initially declare themselves to be critical or strongly skeptical about immigrants.

The details of the shocking experiment are described in the industry journal sciencedaily.com. It turns out that Bonn researchers have considered whether the right dose of oxytocin can contribute to the acceptance of immigrants by society. Even experiments were done for this purpose. The testosterone was administered to the artificial oxytocin, followed by a reaction.

The experiment was conducted on 138 participants of German nationality. What did the whole study look like?

Initially, participants had to listen to a series of stories about people in need. At this time, the screens showed them information about the needs of each person and the photos of the needy. Half of the needy were poor Germans, while the rest were immigrants and refugees.

The stories were pretty general. For example, the respondents reported that the person in the picture needed a certain amount of money to buy food. Each participant in the experiment had at his disposal 50 euros, which he could donate to the needy, or keep to himself if he did not choose to support any of the photos shown.

The experiment was divided into two parts. In the first case, the participants decided to donate 20% more money to immigrants than those in poor Germany. The respondents also filled in questionnaires about their beliefs and attitudes towards the migration crisis and refugees.

In the second part of the study, participants were divided into two groups. The first dose was administered oxytocin (the hormone was injected as nasal spray). The second group only received a placebo. Then all the participants in the study again had the task of getting to know the stories of those in need and decide if they could give money to specific people.

According to sciencedaily.com, it was found that the group of people given oxytocin was definitely more generous. Scientists have assumed that oxytocin administration increased the generosity of the subjects, but it was impossible to induce specific feelings and behaviors among participants in the study.

In view of such research results, a group of researchers decided to expand their experiment. The next group of participants, besides listening to the story of the needy and looking at the pictures, also received information on how much money the loved one had given the people they had examined. The study pattern was the same as before, and participants were also divided into groups and only one was given the oxytocin hormone.

The results were astounding!

It turns out that even those who initially identified themselves as negative about immigrants finally decided to give immigrants up to 74% more money than participants in the first phase of the experiment. The researchers found that the attitude of others, especially our close relatives or friends, adequately linked to the administration of oxytocin hormone has a huge impact on attitudes towards immigrants and the desire to share money with those in need.

Oxytocin is a hormone that is released into the blood and brain of mammals during labor. It is precisely oxytocin that is responsible, among others for stimulating milk production in mothers and colloquially referred to as “hugging hormone”. Doctors prove that oxytocin significantly affects the mother’s relationship with the baby, and can also influence the building of interpersonal relationships.

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