2019-08-01 01:33:42 UTC
and head frozen after he died
*Jeffrey Epstein planned to have 20 women at a time impregnated on in Santa Fe
ranch, sources told the Times
The moneyman claimed to spend $20 million a year on scientific research
He was funding research to identify particles that trigger a feeling that
someone is watching you
At one Harvard meeting, he slammed efforts to improve healthcare for the poor
because it 'fueled overpopulation'
He met with a transhumanist (people who believe technology can help us overcome
our natural limitations) to discuss freezing his head and penis
Jeffrey Epstein hoped to leave the human race a few parting gifts after he died,
including his head, his penis and his DNA.
Multiple sources tell The New York Times that over the years, Epstein revealed
to scientists and close friends that he 'hoped to seed the human race with his
DNA by impregnating women at his vast New Mexico ranch.'
A NASA scientist who attended one of Epstein's dinners after he served time for
soliciting a minor said that the disgraced moneyman had based this idea on the
Repository for Germinal Choice.
That was a bank which had been created with the intent of only accepting the DNA
of Nobel prize winners, and ultimately closed down after getting a single
Some suspected that Epstein's dinners were a ploy to kick-start his plan,
gathering attractive college-educated women who he saw as candidates to carry
Epstein also told one person that upon his death, 'he wanted his head and penis
to be frozen' and donated to charities that supported transhumanism, the belief
that the human race can further advance and evolve using advancements from the
worlds of science.
Dozens of acquaintances - including one of Epstein's former defense attorneys -
told the Times this was all fueled by his veiled fascination for eugenics, the
idea that the human race could be improved through selective breeding.
Epstein mingled with the cream of the scientific community, and was heavily
involved in many scientific pursuits.
He called himself a 'scientific philanthropist', donating a rumored $20 million
a year, and hosting parties in the US and on the Virgin Islands, inviting stars
Murray Gell-Mann, the Americanphysicist who discovered quark particles
Stephen Hawking, the British physicist, for whom he build a custom-made
submarine so he could go under water on his private island
Stephen J. Gould, evolutionary biologist
Oliver Sacks, neurologist and author
George M. Church, a molecular engineer dedicated to creating superior humans
Epstein funded a myriad of research units - both legitimate and dubious.
The paper trail is inconsistent: though such funding should be declared publicly
to the IRS, there are not records to cover all of Epstein's supposed gifts. But
he boasted about them in press releases put out by the Jeffrey Epstein VI
What is clear is that he funded:
The revered Santa Fe Institute, which received $25,000 from Epstein in 2010
MIT, which received $50,000 in 2012
The Melanoma Research Alliance, which received an unspecified 'pivotal
donation' in 2012
New York University
Ohio State University
He also donated $20,000 to the Worldwide Transhumanist Association, the world's
largest transhumanist group, which now goes by Humanity+, and paid the $100,000
salary of its vice chairman, Ben Goertzel.
And according to the Times, one of his businesses, Southern Trust Company, was
'engaged in DNA analysis', though it is unclear in what capacity.
Epstein's generosity reduced some top-ranked scientists to wonder.