5 thoughts on “TIDBIT: AGING REVERSED IN MAMMALS”

    1. You need to get laid more, all your comments are full of paranoia and negativity. Go out once in a while, smell a flower, listen to the birds. Life is not just “the elites” acting all nefarious.
      Remember, whatever you give attention to, grows.

  1. Excellent news! I grow weary of the emotional pain I experience every time a beloved family pet passes away due to old age. It would be nice to have a (mammal) pet that could live a human life span. While turtles may fit the bill, they are very dull, although a hamster-turtle cross breed might be interesting.

  2. Telomerase, an enzyme that’s linked to age reversal and the lengthening of telomeres in chromosomes can be elevated through vigorous, high intensity cardio-vascular exercise. I imagine the GDS crowd getting up from their laptop work stations long enough to run several (as many as 8) successive 30 second wind sprints alternated with a one minute of jogging interval for recovery. But not of course on days when there’s heavy spraying up above so most of the time we fortunately have a alibi for aging.

    So here’s my bad taste question of the day: Does going on a bender and then waking up the following morning with a deceptively mature under aged companion qualify as an example of age reversal in mammals? Just askin’!

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