|Now, this is interesting. An international group of scientists have embarked on the ultimate quest. To find the fountain of youth. Not since Ponce de Leon has the world been this hopeful. This time we should all expect a little more due diligence.The goal of the project is “to extend the period of human youth.” And – get this – a biochemical laboratory of Russia’s Southern Federal University has joined the project. This is getting serious. And they are testing the affects of various stimuli on the DNA of lab animals.
Vladimir Chistyakov is the senior scientist at the lab. Apparently, in the 1970s, an academician named Skulachev “dissipated the energy of a living organism on the molecular level.” This according to Pravda. Human cells produce a toxic by product which speeds up the aging process and Skulachev developed nano-constructions to neutralize the toxins. Sound likes XanGo’s new secret product x51.
Anyway, Skulachev’s experiments worked on rats, (which means it should be immediately effective for most politicians.) The rats remained vigorous throughout their lives but it did not extend their average life spans. It translates into a life of longer youth but not of longer years.
Meanwhile, a group of English doctors have compiled a list of everyday, ordinary things that have already proven to extend life. And what is the one, single, biggest thing that most people don’t do that has been proven to extend life?
Now, when the Russians figure out how to extend a youthful life without flossing we will be getting someplace.