Ageing Research Projects

Bruce R. Cordell cordell at execpc.com
Sun Feb 4 14:18:40 EST 1996


In article <Pine.OSF.3.91.960204061558.318C-100000 at beall.tenet.edu>,
dashley at TENET.EDU (Don Ashley) wrote:

> 
> We regard AGE as a similar, drawn out condition like AIDS.  We are all 
> sentenced to the gallows and we would like to get probation. We would 
> like to see public interest in doing something about AGE just like the 
> public is growing aware of AIDS.  We no longer want to keep our heads in 
> the sand, ignoring the 'inevitability' of the demise.

Hear Hear! This is the first time I've heard anyone express this fact with
such clear perception. The excellent mechanisms of evolution have given
rise to homo sapiens. While that is well and good,it is high time we rid
ourselves of this outdated biological imperative. We have the ability to
do so, and eventually we will do so (I just hope it occurs during the span
of my 'natural' years).

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