Recessive mutations and sperm banks of genius-points of view DOI:10.37072/JCS.2020.01.03

1Vasile NIȚESCU, 2Doina RAMBA N,3 Valentin NIȚESCU
1.*Medical Centre for Obstetrics-Gynaecology and Sexology;
2 **“Colentina” Clinical Hospital-Internal Medicine Clinic
3 *** Department of Surgery, Clinical Hospital “Dr.I. Cantacuzino”
“Gray matter” is one of the most expensive goods in the world, which has long been bought and valued. In general, the intelligence quotient (IQ) is 3% of people over 130, and of these in a minority of 0.1% is 180, this category includes geniuses or gifted.
In 1776, Lazzaro Spallangoni discovered that human sperm could be frozen and “revived”, and in the nineteenth century, biologists and geneticists, including H.J. Muller developed the storage of sperm fluid in a “sperm bank”, this innovation is followed by the invention of intrauterine insemination techniques and, later, that of “in vitro” fertilization.
Initially, these procedures were used in patients of both sexes with genital diseases, such as oligospermia (for example, in men with vasectomies), with surgical pathology of the genitals or in infertility secondary to endometriosis, thus developing a prolific period of human reproduction.
In addition, it was requested to store and preserve the sperm of Nobel laureates (such as Paul Smith), in the hope of obtaining genius family descendants or for the optimal phenotypic qualities transmitted to the child, respectively a certain height, harmonious and/or
athletic physique, blue eyes, blond appearance and so on.

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