[permaculture] Anti-ageing compound set for human trials afterturning clock back for mice | Science | theguardian.com
dhondt at eircom.net
Fri Jan 10 18:26:35 EST 2014
Very true Toby.
> On Jan 7, 2014, at 10:48 AM, John D'hondt wrote:
>> I think there is a reason why 3 score years and ten (or a bit longer) may
>> not be such a bad thing.
> It's a bit OT, but I remember reading that a study showed that the typical
> 20-year-old wants to live forever, 40-year-olds want to live to be 200,
> 60-year-olds want to live to be 100, and 80-year-olds want another decade
> or so if they are in good health. It all works out. Because, like they
> say, getting old isn't for sissies.
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