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>Calorie Restriction: Living longer or it just seems that way

>On a lighter note. Betterhumans, a page devoted to research and study on making humans live longer, run by Ray Kurzweil (I think, it’s hard to tell, but many of the posts are attributed to him) has another article referencing calorie restriction, with a possible explanatory mechanism. My question, as someone who believes that an … Continue reading

Calorie Restriction: Living longer or it just seems that way

On a lighter note. Betterhumans, a page devoted to research and study on making humans live longer, run by Ray Kurzweil (I think, it’s hard to tell, but many of the posts are attributed to him) has another article referencing calorie restriction, with a possible explanatory mechanism. My question, as someone who believes that an … Continue reading

>The most negative campaign ad ever

>There ought to be daisies. Art Caplan posted the YouTube version of the most negative campaign ad I’ve ever seen, over at the blog.bioethics.net site. The ad has three people, telling us about their future with disease. Notice: Each uses the phrase “stem cells,” without specifying what kind of stem cells. None of them predict … Continue reading

The most negative campaign ad ever

There ought to be daisies. Art Caplan posted the YouTube version of the most negative campaign ad I’ve ever seen, over at the blog.bioethics.net site. The ad has three people, telling us about their future with disease. Notice: Each uses the phrase “stem cells,” without specifying what kind of stem cells. None of them predict … Continue reading

>Measuring a Universe without God

>Richard Dawkins was the guest on the second hour of Science Friday on October 6, 2006. The Dawkins interview follows a series of interviews with United States scientists who are this year’s Nobel Prize winners in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine or Physiology. I love this stuff: the discussion of basic science, finding patterns that explain … Continue reading

Measuring a Universe without God

Richard Dawkins was the guest on the second hour of Science Friday on October 6, 2006. The Dawkins interview follows a series of interviews with United States scientists who are this year’s Nobel Prize winners in Physics, Chemistry and Medicine or Physiology. I love this stuff: the discussion of basic science, finding patterns that explain … Continue reading

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