Breakthrough In Science Of Aging

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    Originally posted 2011-06-02 18:27:24. Republished by Blog Post Promoter

    25 responses so far

    1. “Muscles doesn’t burn calories without being exercised because my intuition tells me if that were true muscular people wouldn’t exist. And eyes didn’t evolve because my intuition tells me it’s too complex to have evolve without the guiding hand of a superman”

      Quit relying on your intuition. Rely on facts.

    2. .. adding

      Here’s more proof you are wrong. Calories generate heat when they burn up. Go work out and your muscles and entire body gets heated up .. in fact exercise is a good way to warm up in case you didn’t know. So if your theory was right, why are muscles cold when they are totally relaxed for hours? So there ya be.

    3. @SounzNice

      “If muscles gobbled up calories all by themselves fat people with all that extra leg muscle mass they have would turn thin overnight.”

      Fat people consume more calories than their muscles can burn overnight. If they stopped eating and exercising all together they would lose both muscles and fat. This yo-yo diet method is the worst way to lose weight in the long term because when you lose muscle your metabolism goes down. So when they start eating again they get fatter.

    4. “So if your theory was right, why are muscles cold when they are totally relaxed for hours”

      …. you’re hopeless. When your muscles are cold, they’re still very very warm unless you’re dead. Muscle before exercise is cold relative to muscle during and immediately after exercise but it isn’t really cold. Cold and hot are relative terms. North pole is hot relative to many places in the universe. The sun is cold compared to many stars.

      This is getting really sad and depressing.

    5. @pokermaster54 You’re assuming all fat people continually over eat. I know some thin people that eat twice as much as fat people. Out goes that theory too. You are literally full of excuses to ward off actual facts. You must have been a fun student for teachers lol.

    6. @pokermaster54 Dude, you’re still arguing when I’ve clobbered all your foolish notions with damning facts. Yikes! That’s all I can say. Seek help bro. Caio.

    7. @SounzNice

      All you have to do is look up “basal metabolic rate” on wikipedia and it states the following.

      “The release of energy in this state is sufficient only for the functioning of the vital organs, the heart, lungs, nervous system, kidneys, liver, intestine, sex organs, muscles and skin.”

      Yes even your little dick burns calories all day long even though you never get laid.

    8. “You’re assuming all fat people continually over eat”

      No I didn’t. I said the opposite. I said “ignorant fat people who eat very little” and bulky people who eat alot. I’m 6’00 175lbs and I eat 6- 7 big meals a day. I am leaner than when I was 145lbs and eating less because since then I’ve put on more than 30lbs of muscle. This is common knowledge among most people who workout. You obviously don’t and you’ll never be lean because you ignore facts.

    9. @SounzNice

      Don’t you see? This is why you’re a creationist. You simply ignore facts.

    10. From what I understand what they did was to clone a bunch of mice with premature aging disease(s), then they turned on this telomere switch which revered the effects of the diseases. It’s not like they took old mice and made them younger. Not to say it’s not an amazing breakthrough in and of itself, because I think it is. It’s just not what the title and tone of this video make it out to be. I think it’s a step in the right direction… how big of a step is yet to be seen.

    11. The telomerese activator is called PK-1000. It does work I’m 76 and feel 20. i have been in a clinical study for about one year. my hair has grown back and is brown! i have no aches or pains anymore. i can breath now. It is available at Southwestern Medical Dallas 972-381-4220. This stuff is not cheep but it works as they say it does. My skin is now changing my wrinkles are almost gone it seems as my skin is not thicker. I think faster and I sleep better and now I dream at night. I feel good

    12. The telomerese activator is called PK-1000. It does work I’m 76 and feel 20. i have been in a clinical study for about one year. my hair has grown back and is brown! i have no aches or pains anymore. i can breath now. It is available at Southwestern Medical Dallas 972-381-4220. This stuff is not cheep but it works as they say it does. My skin is now changing my wrinkles are almost gone it seems as my skin is not thicker. I think faster and I sleep better and now I dream at night.

    13. @miragemanager

      That’s great to hear.

    14. Telomerase activity is increased in cancer cells. By increasing telomerase activity in elderly people, are we increasing the risk of them getting cancer????

    15. This guy is gonna do this to himself I bet.

    16. This FDA slowballing is horrible. There’s a bunch of cons on death row. Use them for scientific research.

      “Is it okay, should we be doing this?” – oh my god go kill yourself.

    17. @fringeelements “There’s a bunch of cons on death row. Use them for scientific research.”
      Wouldn’t that create a conflict of interest?

    18. Would be awesome if they could test it on my 16 year old dog.

    19. Minutiae!

    20. Science > Religion

    21. Another way to keep baby boomers alive forever so they can meet the future generations they are sucking dry like vampire bats.

    22. lol if people can be healthy forever, policies will certainly change. Lifetime pension schemes will be unfeasible when people live 1,000 years… unless they’re after having worked for 500 years or something lol

    23. SO WRONG ALL OF THIS< AND USING ANIMALS FOR THE PLAISIR OF HUMAN…

    24. tranquiloensocali

      @miragemanager THIS IS A FAKE POST TRYING TO SELL SOME FAKE PRODUCTS……..the TRUTH is that Southwestern Medical University in Dallas is a well respected institution in cancer and aging……and astralagus is a substance that can somewhat increase telomerase in humans, which could be beneficial in fighting aging diseases……however, the two are not related, the post above is NOT TRUE and is a scam.

    25. tranquiloensocali

      THIS IS A FAKE POST TRYING TO SELL A FAKE PRODUCT……..the TRUTH is that Southwestern Medical University in Dallas is a well respected institution in the fields of cancer and aging……and astragalus is a substance that can somewhat increase telomerase in humans, which could be beneficial in fighting aging diseases……however, the two are not related, the post above is NOT TRUE and is a scam.

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