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Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
Shoggoth
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seasnake  Wrote: (11-07-2019 01:14 AM)
Shoggoth  Wrote: (11-07-2019 01:02 AM)
This is cool. Probably won't go into effect for humans before my time is up. But if it did I wouldn't mind living to 1,000 or so.

I'm sure if it ever goes into effect for humans, that is long life extension/immortality type stuff that there will be a human culling first to reduce the population down to something more controllable and sustainable. Long life extension won't be for everyone.




I'd be willing to do quite a bit to be the recipient. I'm willing to compromise my morals to a degree to do so.
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Great news, I'm looking forward to seeing it progress..
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seasnake  Wrote: (11-07-2019 01:17 AM)
Wild Stallion  Wrote: (11-07-2019 01:15 AM)
Yeah, forget about inventing a new mouse trap, what we really need is a new mouse.

when growing the population is no longer necessary or required, the next question becomes just how much of a population is actually desired and needed

I guess that is what the Georgia Guidestones are for.

Desired or required by who?
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You think Population Problems are Bad Now?
Just wait until people are living 200 years!
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I already know what's going to happen. The elite will live 1000's of years, will be some of the few humans to have children, and will have all the wealth and power. The rest of us will be culled, sterilized, live short miserable lives in poverty with little access to healthcare.

There's no way it could possibly play out any other way. Not on this world.

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Xeno Heresy  Wrote: (11-07-2019 02:47 PM)
I already know what's going to happen. The elite will live 1000's of years, will be some of the few humans to have children, and will have all the wealth and power. The rest of us will be culled, sterilized, live short miserable lives in poverty with little access to healthcare.

There's no way it could possibly play out any other way. Not on this world.
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I dont care if a good person who keeps giving back to society or the world would live forever. but face it, majority of humans are selfish and keeping selfish borderline sociopathic, parasitic people around too long would be horrific

WIsh there really was a God who judged hearts and gave out lifes gifts accordingly to those who deserved it.
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Article makes no sense, how can you alter its telomeres without modifying its genetics
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There are numerous ways to lengthen human telomeres .
This is nothing new to the medical elite .
Most of them do it themselves .
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Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:33 AM)
Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have shown that it is possible to extend the life of mice, without using any gene modifying technologies. The finding is the result of a study launched some years ago that aimed to investigate mice with hyper-long telomeres.

Chromosome

Image Credit: Crevis / Shutterstock.com

Given the relationship between telomeres and aging (telomeres become shorter with age), Maria Blasco and colleagues decided to create mice at CNIO that had hyper-long telomeres in 100% of their cells.

The researchers reported their findings in the journal Nature Communications and demonstrate only positive outcomes; the mice live for longer and in better health than would be expected for their species, while also being free from age-related conditions such as cancer and obesity.
No need for genetic modification

The most important finding for the team was that the increased lifespan and health benefits have been achieved for the first time without genetic modification being needed.

"This finding supports the idea that, when it comes to determining longevity, genes are not the only thing to consider", says Blasco… "There is margin for extending life without altering the genes.”

Telomeres form the end of chromosomes in the nucleus of cells and protect the genetic integrity of DNA. Each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten a little, so one characteristic of aging is shortened telomeres in cells.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/201910...RnsqGcbwak


Great.
Soon we’ll be able to “enjoy” a world with 22 billion assholes all after the same dwindling resources and 89% of the US population on social security and Medicare because the average life expectancy is 185 years old.

Just what we need.

I wonder if science could also fulfill the dream of an average sized human just needing 450% more caloric intake to survive.
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Uppity Me  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:51 AM)
so just inject or take Telomerase every day
no more need for babies blood

chuckle

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seasnake  Wrote: (11-07-2019 01:17 AM)
when growing the population is no longer necessary or required, the next question becomes just how much of a population is actually desired and needed

I guess that is what the Georgia Guidestones are for.

Desired or required by who?

those in charge of course
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LoP Guest  Wrote: (11-07-2019 07:13 PM)
Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:33 AM)
Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have shown that it is possible to extend the life of mice, without using any gene modifying technologies. The finding is the result of a study launched some years ago that aimed to investigate mice with hyper-long telomeres.

Chromosome

Image Credit: Crevis / Shutterstock.com

Given the relationship between telomeres and aging (telomeres become shorter with age), Maria Blasco and colleagues decided to create mice at CNIO that had hyper-long telomeres in 100% of their cells.

The researchers reported their findings in the journal Nature Communications and demonstrate only positive outcomes; the mice live for longer and in better health than would be expected for their species, while also being free from age-related conditions such as cancer and obesity.
No need for genetic modification

The most important finding for the team was that the increased lifespan and health benefits have been achieved for the first time without genetic modification being needed.

"This finding supports the idea that, when it comes to determining longevity, genes are not the only thing to consider", says Blasco… "There is margin for extending life without altering the genes.”

Telomeres form the end of chromosomes in the nucleus of cells and protect the genetic integrity of DNA. Each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten a little, so one characteristic of aging is shortened telomeres in cells.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/201910...RnsqGcbwak


Great.
Soon we’ll be able to “enjoy” a world with 22 billion assholes all after the same dwindling resources and 89% of the US population on social security and Medicare because the average life expectancy is 185 years old.

Just what we need.

I wonder if science could also fulfill the dream of an average sized human just needing 450% more caloric intake to survive.

Don't fret, your dunce meter and dunce fone will make you sterile, and reshorten your telomeres.

There is no such thing as sovereign debt. Reinstate Greenbacks.
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vb5OQUElilo
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RE: Scientists successfully create age-resistant mice with hyper-long telomeres
Black [email protected]  Wrote: (11-07-2019 12:33 AM)
Researchers at the Spanish National Cancer Research Centre (CNIO) have shown that it is possible to extend the life of mice, without using any gene modifying technologies. The finding is the result of a study launched some years ago that aimed to investigate mice with hyper-long telomeres.

Chromosome

Image Credit: Crevis / Shutterstock.com

Given the relationship between telomeres and aging (telomeres become shorter with age), Maria Blasco and colleagues decided to create mice at CNIO that had hyper-long telomeres in 100% of their cells.

The researchers reported their findings in the journal Nature Communications and demonstrate only positive outcomes; the mice live for longer and in better health than would be expected for their species, while also being free from age-related conditions such as cancer and obesity.
No need for genetic modification

The most important finding for the team was that the increased lifespan and health benefits have been achieved for the first time without genetic modification being needed.

"This finding supports the idea that, when it comes to determining longevity, genes are not the only thing to consider", says Blasco… "There is margin for extending life without altering the genes.”

Telomeres form the end of chromosomes in the nucleus of cells and protect the genetic integrity of DNA. Each time a cell divides, the telomeres shorten a little, so one characteristic of aging is shortened telomeres in cells.

https://www.news-medical.net/news/201910...RnsqGcbwak

I just want my dog to live healthily as long as I do.
That'd be science.Bump
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