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Mice actually [nih.gov]
Methods
A panel of flavonoid polyphenols was screened for senolytic activity using senescent murine and human fibroblasts, driven by oxidative and genotoxic stress, respectively. The top senotherapeutic flavonoid was tested in mice modeling a progeroid syndrome carrying a p16INK4a-luciferase reporter and aged wild-type mice to determine the effects of fisetin on senescence markers, age-related histopathology, disease markers, health span and lifespan. Human adipose tissue explants were used to d
The ability to link to an article that has nothing to do with your claim is unimpressive
You might feel differently if you were 25 years older.
Maybe we have genetic clones cleated of us when we are born so we can transplant identical organs when we need them
I think the key is our body is replacing cells all the time and this replication sometimes involve error or parts of the body just have a lifetime.
There is no reason to think we should live a very long time. In some myths, human characters live for hundreds of years, so some superstitious people think this was once the state o

Maybe take the blood of children and transfuse into old people?

Maybe we have genetic clones cleated of us when we are born so we can transplant identical organs when we need them

I think the key is our body is replacing cells all the time and this replication sometimes involve error or parts of the body just have a lifetime.

Maybe take the blood of children and transfuse into old people?
Maybe we have genetic clones cleated of us when we are born so we can transplant identical organs when we need them
I think the key is our body is replacing cells all the time and this replication sometimes involve error or parts of the body just have a lifetime.
Periodic fasting is supposedly a way to do this. . As it was explained to me, when your body has to sacrifice bits of itself to continue living, it takes the old and senescent cells first.
Additionally, this may explain why exercise helps keep people healthy – continuous building up of the body tissues.
(Then again, exercise has been found to be racist [dailymail.co.uk], so maybe exercise isn’t such a good idea after all. YMMV)

There is no reason to think we should live a very long time. In some myths, human characters live for hundreds of years, so some superstitious people think this was once the state of humans. But it wasnâ(TM)t. We die and this allows us to progress.

There is no reason to think we should live a very long time. In some myths, human characters live for hundreds of years, so some superstitious people think this was once the state of humans. But it wasnâ(TM)t. We die and this allows us to progress.
And no reason to think we shouldn’t.
There’s a bunch of historical anecdotes about people living long
One of the observations Galileo made, which is often overlooked, is that as bodies get more massive the parts do not grow linearly. Rather there is a quadratic expansion. Therefore as we go from chicken, to dog, to human, to elephant, the legs do not just double as we double size. This was another reason why the church was not happy. It made the myths of Goliath and giants in general bullshit.

It made the myths of Goliath and giants in general bullshit.

It made the myths of Goliath and giants in general bullshit.
Goliath was described as “four cubits and a span,” which is 6 feet 9 inches, or 206 cm.

Maybe take the blood of children and transfuse into old people?

Maybe take the blood of children and transfuse into old people?
Peter Thiel paid for research on young blood transfusion [wikipedia.org] and a “blood boy” was featured on the TV show Silicon Valley. But there is no evidence that it works.
Also a carbohydrate free and carnivorous diet helps a lot also. Carbs promote inflammation, and metabolic syndrome and can lead to type 2 diabetes. Low carb cures this.
This is a topic I’ve been following for a few years and I’m happy to see that some of the TFS is infomative. My pusher, LifeExtension.com has been funding research in this area using the money I give them for a healthy retirement. They provide me with research information and substances that the government and corporate America don’t want me to have. (Do I sound like Kevin Trudeau?). It turns out that there are natural substances that reduce senescence.
The research mentioned in TFS is primarily a search for
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/p… [nih.gov]
Yes, getting rid of old cells, such as brain cells will reverse aging by reverting you back toddler IQ? I suppose.
They are treating the symptoms here. The body has natural methods of removing these cells, the question is why the natural processes aren’t working. Fix that, and the “old cell” problem will be fixed automatically (along with other, more important problems).
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