People Who Live Beyond 105 Have Better DNA Repair

People who live beyond 105 years are more efficient at repairing DNA, according to a study published today in eLife. Paolo Garagnani and colleagues, in collaboration with several research groups in Italy and a research team led by Patrick Descombes at Nestlé Research in Lausanne, Switzerland, recruited 81 semi-supercentenarians (those aged 105 years or older) …

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A COVID Baby Bust Happened, Will There Be a COVID Baby Boom?

In Italy, births plunged 21.6% in December, 2020 from the December 2019 and France had the lowest total babies born in a year since WW2. National birth levels seem to be down around 2-20% around the world. Historically short baby busts are followed by rebounds. A longer crisis increases the chances that potential births aren’t …

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How the World Defeats Aging by 2035 – Aubrey de Grey Interview

Aubrey de Grey has been the leading voice for antiaging, aging reversal and aging damage repair for over twenty years. He founded the SENS non-profit (Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senescence (SENS). There have been six antiaging companies that have been directly spun out of SENS. SENS is researching the hardest problems related to fixing aging …

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Living Longer and Healthier Today

Bill Faloon leads groups that are passionate about antiaging and doing everything possible today. They track the science and medical literature closely to find optimal lifestyles. The best practices now are diet and exercise and Omega-3 and some other drugs. They are strongly supporting of intermittent fasting. The main journal is the Aging journal. SOURCES- …

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Medicine 2.0 – Successful Repair of Aging Damage

Antiaging expert Aubrey de Grey says there is a 50% chance that we reach longevity escape velocity by 2035. I now think there is a 50% chance that we will reach longevity escape velocity by 2036. After that point (the "Methuselarity"), those who regularly receive the latest rejuvenation therapies will never suffer from age-related ill-health …

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Scientific Progress to Radical Antiaging, Aubrey Sees 50+% of Longevity Escape Velocity by 2035

Antiaging expert Aubrey de Grey says antiaging science is considerably closer to robust mouse rejuvenation than we were 10 years ago and the gap between the achievement of robust mouse rejuvenation and the achievement of robust human rejuvenation is also coming down quite fast. Aubrey de Grey is the co-founder of the SENS research foundation …

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World Changing Levels of Key Technologies

Nextbigfuture has framed levels of world altering economic progress and identified progress we are making with key super technologies that has massive world changing potential. There are examples of significant world-changing developments and technologies. There was the rise of China, the rise and impact of the internet and cellphones-smartphones. There was the first impact of …

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A World With Most in a Work Optional State

People who reach a comfortable retirement have savings, assets and investments that enable them to pay for their spending without being required to work. Financial institutions and governments have described this as an achievable and desirable state for most of the middle class. It was generally argued that it was a crisis that people would …

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