Reversing Human Aging

Brian Rowley browley at UNIXG.UBC.CA
Tue Jul 30 15:59:27 EST 1996


Aging ain't all environmental damage. Chimps live about half as long as
humans; same world, twice the aging. Menopause also suggests some kind of
inner timer. 

On 29 Jul 1996, Nicholas Migliozzi wrote:

> 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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