Google’s Health and Life Sciences Division Is Working Toward the Extinction of Mosquitoes

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Alphabet, the parent company of Google, has its life sciences division focused on forcing a mass mosquito extinction. In Fresno, California, researchers are breeding and setting loose sterilized mosquitoes that could wipe out the larger population. [This may not be as good as it sounds. Everything in nature has a role to play. The loss of mosquitoes in the global ecosystem will have consequences that the geniuses at Google cannot foresee.] -GEG

Google parent company Alphabet has its life sciences division focused on forcing a mass mosquito extinction. In the California city of Fresno, researchers are breeding and setting loose sterilized mosquitos that could help wipe out the larger population, according to a new Bloomberg report on the early testing of the program.

Like the buzz of an obnoxious fly, it’s a headline that’s hard to ignore, if only because it seems so strange. And sure, mosquitos are annoying. But this isn’t overkill. The bloodsucking insects are a public health issue as disease-carrying, infection-spreading pests responsible for disseminating serious and sometimes deadly illnesses such the Zika virus, malaria, and the dengue virus.

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What will the bats eat???