Reversing Human Aging

Nicholas Migliozzi nmig at nj1.aae.com
Mon Jul 29 16:52:57 EST 1996


Why is aging such a big mystery.  It seems pretty clear to
me that there is no such thing as aging.

Take ten 80-year olds.  What do they have in common?
I can only think of one thing, and that is grey hair. 
Everyone has aged differently from the other, 
exactly like ten old cars!

Now, don't you think that if genetics were to blame,
all ten people would show the same "signs" of ageing?  

Obviously, aging is nothing more than an accumulation of
damage in one way or another, exactly like the ten old cars!

Does anyone find fault with this?

---Nicholas

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