What is the side effect of the therapy to lengthen telomeres? I had a debate with the son of a doctor once, a very important doctor that got medical
grants from the government. We were kids, and he implied that I was less intelligent than he was because his telomeres were longer than mine. We
were both pretty bright to even consider the debate though. It's true, he had nice long telomeres, as spindles on a crown in a way, to have a more
idetic memory, and to be a more exact replica of his doctor father, churning away replicating his cells. I had shorter telomeres, so my grasping of
the past, cellularly it was about 85%, with some details in one ear and out the other, and it reflects in my B grades in school. (we all know
behavioral conditioning and predispositions is inherited right? okay then moving on) Telomeres record cells, they also record memory. If your cells
don't change, you don't get forgetfulness.
So he lived on, was a writer, got in a fiery car accident and passed on. He was so bright, and talented, and his family was wealthy and well to do,
made for good neighbors. Long telomeres.
So if your family or yourself has had a traumatic past, it shortens its telomeres. It's an effort to not carry on certain things, a defense
mechanism. It's technically not a defect, there is something beneficial there. You don't want to remember everything, I think. Yes the long term
effects, when telomeres do their weaving into more chromosomes, there is some integrating problems, like a badly zipped zipper, that "may" result in
cancer, depending on the snag.
There is a hidden side effect to less than perfect telomeres. You are less permanently impressionable and programmable. Less programmable is VERY
important in a time in society where brain programming is a possibility, and it's only in the beta testing. You can handle a few bumps in the road
and it won't permanently injure your being. The chance of cancer, no, I don't believe that it's a problem unless you're living in a GMO land and are
getting vaccines...uh oh.
So in capsulated form they want people to change, not the lucrative mass production system that might actually be encouraging the cancer. I see what
they did there. This study has its limits.
edit on 15-8-2014 by AtomicOrbital1 because: ambiguity