美國CBN電視台在2021年4月6日,採訪中國問題專家章家敦先生(Gordon Chang)和美國海軍教授倫理學的教官喬治盧卡斯(Goerge Lucas)先生,分析中共國已經在研發經過生物強化的超級士兵。前國家情報局局長約翰·拉特克利夫(John Ratcliffe)稱其為「不道德的醫學實驗」。章家敦先生說:「這令人感到毛骨悚然。沒有道德標準,沒有法律。」 新聞中說,美國進行的類似研究會有道德約束,也是基於士兵自願的原則,而敵軍則沒有道德約束。



This is the U.S. army’s concept of the soldier of the future. This video makes it look like it’s just a better equipped soldier, but notice the words – neural engineering, that can mean a brain implant that connects a human to computers. The defense agency DARPA has been working on an advanced implant that would essentially put the human brain online. There could also be eye and ear implants and more circuitry under the skin to make the ultimate fighting machine. Americans are going to have to decide whether this is ethical because some in our military clearly want it. 

這就是美軍對未來士兵的概念。這段視頻讓人覺得這只是一個裝備較好的士兵。但請注意這幾個字——神經工程,這可能意味著一個可連接人體和計算機的大腦植入物。國防機構DARPA一直在研究一種先進的植入物,基本上可以將人類的大腦聯入網絡。還有可能是眼睛和耳朵的植入物,以及將更多電路埋植在皮膚下,造就終極戰鬥機器。美國人將不得不決定 這樣做這是否合乎道德,因為顯然我們軍方的一些人想這麼做。

The super soldiers of the future could simply have enhanced abilities or they could be part man part machine, what are known as cyborgs. 


China is already developing biologically enhanced super soldiers using what former director of national intelligence John Ratcliffe called unethical medical experiments. 

中[共]國已經在研發生物強化的超級士兵。引用前國家情報局局長約翰·拉特克利夫(John Ratcliffe)的話,稱其為不道德的醫學實驗。

Gordon Chang: “This is a big effort on the part of the [Communist] Chinese government and it is really horrifying.” 


China expert Gordon Chang says it’s part of a Chinese government plan to create a master race through genetic editing.  


Gordon Chang: “They’re trying to create a race which is far more intelligent than the rest of humanity. And with super soldiers, they’d be stronger, less susceptible to pain – just better soldiers. This is eugenics. This is creepy. There are no ethical standards. There are no laws.”


Now the French military has been given the go-ahead to also create so-called augmented soldiers. The super soldiers of the future will run fast, need little sleep and little to eat or drink. And they’ll be able to fight much longer than ordinary humans. But, should we do it? George Lucas, who has taught military ethics to America’s naval officers says: “Ethical concerns lag behind this new technology.” 


George Lucas: “It always does and the only question is how far.”


And Lucas is concerned that future military recruits could be pressured to accept computer parts into their bodies. He believes they should be allowed to refuse them. 


George Lucas: “The further into these, the more exotic technologies we go, and the more the risks are not known, the more we must at least rely on volunteerism if not as much informed consent as is possible.” 


But the challenge for the United States is even if we put ethical limits on the super soldier of the future, it’s likely some of our adversaries will not. 


Dale Hurd CBN News

戴爾·赫德 CBN新聞台


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