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Monday, February 9, 2015

Eternal life could be achieved by procedure to lengthen chromosomes

Prophecy Sign:  Increase in knowledge


During those days people will seek death but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them. Revelation 9:6 NIV


Eternal life could be achieved by procedure to lengthen chromosomes
The key to eternal life could be a procedure to lengthen chromosomes. The procedure would allow scientists to lengthen telomeres, the protective caps that are on the end of chromosomes and shorten with age. The telomeres protect chromosomes from getting damage as cells divide and grow. But as they do, they slowly become shorter and eventually are unable to protect the chromosomes. When that happens, they are liable to deteriorate — thought to be a key part of the ageing process. The new process allows scientists to lengthen the telomeres, effectively turning back the biological clock and making the chromosomes — and the people that are made out of them — younger. When the cells have been treated, they behave as if they are younger and multiply quickly rather than stagnating or dying.
http://www.independent.co.uk/news/science/eternal-life-could-be-achieved-by-procedure-to-lengthen-chromosomes-10020974.html

How the Elite Plan to Achieve Digital Immortality
Dead elites are planning to live on in cyberspace by uploading their cloned brains to computer systems which will eventually take the form of artificially intelligent robots. If you think this sounds like science fiction, then take a look at the work of Martine Rothblatt, the transgender founder of Sirius and America’s highest paid female CEO. She created a rudimentary copy of her wife’s brain and uploaded it into a life-like robot. Rothblatt predicts that within 20 years, mind clones will be humanity’s biggest invention. The concept of cloning dead people’s brains and re-animating them in physical form has been the plot of numerous science fiction films and television shows, notably Charlie Brooker’s Black Mirror, which portrayed a dystopian near future in which a grieving wife resurrects her dead husband by talking to an online version of his personality.

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