In a declining civilization, all natural instincts of humans are inverted. They have a powerful, almost sexual attraction to their own deaths. Everything they do is the opposite of what makes sense. All their actions contribute to their own extinction.
Every complex society falls by it's own hand. All groups of a society work towards their own demise in the last days of any nation.
Do you think it is merely conjecture on my part when I say that this time, the melonheads made sure they would not have the same problems that they had with the Enkidu? What good would it do to rid yourself of the nuisance varmints with a biological weapon if that biological weapon would in turn someday become a problem in it's own right? Like catgut stitches, the solution would solve the problem and then fade away.
The solution was designed to solve itself. It would never exhibit syntropy.
I don't doubt you think of these things when you have a melonhead IQ. It is apparent that great foresight went into the design of Sapiens. If he had not broken ranks and taken Neanderthals for wives, he'd be squatting in a mud hut right now sucking on grubs. The only reason he was able to figure out how to rub two sticks together was on account of his stolen genetic legacy.
Alas, his basic nature does not change as a result of a few mutants in his ranks. His destiny is to return to the dirt with which he was made. His future coincides with that of the Dodo and the passenger pigeon.