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Roger Highfield, director of external affairs at London's Science Museum told Radio 4's Today Programme: "Definitely, the Kazaks are on to something. There is a lot of interest in trying to tweak your microbial culture. He added:
"I think what they have tried to get at is the fact that the digestive system of your body has a hundred trillion microbes, that is ten times the number of cells in your major organs."
Originally posted by Anundeniabletruth
I'm crazy and want to believe that slowing down the aging process, if not eliminating it entirely, is indeed scientifically possible. So I think that this is very interesting. However, I kind of feel like with the level that our scientists are at today, it seems a bit unlikely that they wouldn't have already figured out a way of doing so. TPTB do not want stuff like this getting out because population control is already a major issue. Just think of the over population and massive increase in poverty because of a lack of jobs if we had a bunch of people living a lot longer and still making babies at the same rate.