The Rise and Stall of China

Long time readers of Nextbigfuture know that I have been optimistic about China’s economy for well over two decades. Those were correct and accurate tracking and forecasts. There would be complaints that tracking the situation every few months was boosterism for China. Well the change has happened. China’s economy has basically stalled out. China’s economy …

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Taking Rapamycin as a Young Adult Provides Antiaging Benefits

A research group at the Max Planck Institute for Biology of Aging in Cologne, Germany, has now shown in laboratory animals that brief exposure to rapamycin has the same positive effects as lifelong treatment opening new doors for a potential application in humans. Rapamycin, known for its positive effects on life and health span in …

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Aubrey de Grey Gives His Expert Insights into Potentially World Changing Antiaging

Aubrey de Grey has been leading the charge to fix damage from aging for over twenty years. He has been interviewed on Joe Rogan, 60 Minutes and many other shows. He has developed and championed the concept of repairing the seven known categories of aging damage as the way to get to comprehensive aging reversal. …

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First Major Steps to Cure Aging

Rejuvenate Bio CEO Daniel Oliver is interviewed on how he co-founded with Harvard Biotech Serial Entrepreneur and biotech giant George Church. They have over $30 million in funding. They have antiaging and disease treatments that they have testing with different dog breeds for the past two years. They have applied for initial human trials. The …

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Analyzing the Acceleration of Aging in Old Mice

Researchers looked at the transcriptome of aged mice to assesswhich genes are being expressed, and to what degree. The differences between mice in early and late old age are large. This reflects what we see in humans. There is a great deal of difference between a 60-year-old and an 80-year-olds. The observed differences start at …

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