Building theory of aging

Occasionally there are people to whom ordinary laws and rules do not apply – they can do without sleep, do not become infected with dangerous infections during the most terrible epidemics. However, there is no person who is not subject to aging. All living things age, decay and die. And even inanimate nature: buildings, stones, bridges and roads – also gradually deteriorate and become unusable. It is obvious that aging is a kind of obligatory process common to both animate and inanimate nature.

The problem of aging is directly related to the issue of different life spans in different organisms. The German physiologist M. Rubner in 1908 was the first to draw the attention of scientists to the fact that large mammals live longer than small ones. For example, a mouse lives 3.5 years, a dog – 20 years, a horse – 46, an elephant – 70. Rubner explained this by different metabolic rates.

The approximate dependence of life expectancy (x) (in years) on body weight (y) and brain (z) (in grams) can be written as:

lg х =0,6 lg z — 0,23 lg у + 0,99.

Let’s imagine that an organism has some kind of function, during the existence of a generation, two molecules of damage arose due to the use of this function. Then the cell divided, and now two new cells have one damage each. The cell continues to live, two molecules again accumulate in each, and then it divides again. If the rate of accumulation of damage is not higher than the rate of their dilution, then the cell will not even know about these damages. This fission process explains why life exists on Earth at all.

There is one cardinal difference between long-lived trees and animals, besides their complexity – trees do not need anything for life except oxygen, nitrogen, water and carbon dioxide and the light of the Sun _ they synthesize everything inside themselves. Animals, on the other hand, are forced to constantly move and get their own food, and vitamins (molecules necessary for life, but not synthesized inside).

To begin with, we list the main components of a living person: the human skeleton, joints, ligaments, tendons, mouth, teeth, tongue, salivary glands (parotid salivary glands, submandibular salivary glands, sublingual salivary glands), pharynx, esophagus, stomach, small intestine (duodenum , jejunum, ileum), large intestine, liver, gallbladder, pancreas, nasal cavity, pharynx, larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs, diaphragm, kidneys, ureters, bladder, urethra, ovaries, fallopian tubes, uterus , vagina, vulva, clitoris, placenta, ovaries, epididymis, vas deferens, seminal vesicles, prostate gland, bulbourethral glands, penis, scrotum, pituitary gland, pineal gland, thyroid gland, parathyroid glands, adrenal glands, pancreas, heart, arteries, veins, capillaries, lymphatic vessels, lymph nodes, bone marrow, thymus, spleen, tonsils, brain, cerebral hemispheres, diencephalon, cerebral stem. midbrain, medulla, medulla oblongata, cerebellum, spinal cord, choroid plexus, cranial nerves, spinal nerves, ganglia, enteric nervous system, eyes, corneas, irises, celiac body, lens, retina, earlobe, eardrum, middle ear-ossicles, cochlea, vestibule, semicircular canals, olfactory epithelium, tongue, taste buds, mammary glands, skin, subcutaneous tissue.

Here article Wikipedia on human tissues and cells {in English}

From the beginning of the conception of a new organism, or rather from the 0 age of oocytes (after dropping the age of germ cells) link to Gladysheva active construction takes place in the body for 20 years, and immediately after its completion, exponential aging begins. I think I will not have to prove that the grown intercellular matrix and bones age and it is much easier to rebuild it for young people than to repair and remodel.

Just as with Spring comes the heyday of life in the Northern Hemisphere. In this article, I want to propose a hypothesis that, starting from stem cells and differentiated cells, for example, liver cells, it is easier to discard cells with garbage and damaged DNA that have reached the Hayflick limit and remove them from the body than to divide the cell and use the material of previous cell generations in construction.

Young building components are needed. I would suggest that these building blocks be purified and born by young bacteria {that is, not only newly divided, but also budding daughters with a minimum of garbage} with inserted protein genes.

A paradox arises – to live longer you need to eat less, but at the same time, organic molecules that come with food are needed to prolong life.

Let’s take mitochondria as an example. Due to oxygen respiration, this is a zone of active damage by free radicals. Signal molecules from it also serve for apoptosis (death) of the entire cell, aged or injured. Most likely, the split molecules of “cytochrome c” and other membrane proteins of the energy chain, isolated from bulls and cut into pieces, or synthesized by bacteria with inserted protein genes, can significantly extend the life of living organisms.

Take for example a crocodile – he eats his victims entirely, along with the bones. Unlike a person who, in cases other than a fruit diet and a raw food diet, loves thermally processed food. Burnt potatoes are considered unhealthy, while fruits like apples are healthy. Also, a person shares food and you can, for example, eat a frying pan of chicken liver – without the bones of the skin and brain. Perhaps it is worth sharing food intracellularly – that is, separately preparing a frying pan of chopped mitochondria, or yogurt with a lot of bacterial DNA.

So let’s say the body has all the necessary substances for the life and restoration of the cells and organs of the individual. But each cell has its own molecular-chemical clock by which it lives, they are supplied by chemical hormones from the pineal gland, hypothalamus, cerebellum.

In general, it is reasonable to assume that a person has several synchronization mechanisms: electromagnetism in cells and cell compartments such as mitochondria, chemical molecules of sodium and calcium ions, the soul and quantum clock of each part of cells and entire organs of individuals {here you should read my articles about sidereal year and sidereal day }.

Physics-Chemistry-Biology

It is also worth remembering that something falls into place – what now needs to be killed in its place, or eliminated. Free space.

How does a cell know that its DNA is damaged, or damaged molecules have accumulated in lysosomes, or non-functioning mitochondria send a signal for apoptosis?

It is possible that the restoration of the body would be more efficient by orders of magnitude, the body should be placed in cold-hunger-magnetic fields. And turn on the repair mechanisms of body cells with a set of necessary geroprotectors.

From Wikipedia: In the body, ATP is one of the most frequently updated substances; Thus, in humans, the lifespan of one ATP molecule is less than 1 minute. During the day, one ATP molecule goes through an average of 2000-3000 resynthesis cycles (the human body synthesizes about 40 kg of ATP per day, but contains approximately 250 g at any given moment), that is, there is practically no ATP reserve in the body, and for normal life it is necessary to constantly synthesize new ATP molecules.

It is possible that eating young ATP molecules can prolong life. ATP can be isolated from yogurt bacteria!

For high-quality cell repair and division, young DNA, RNA, amino acids and minerals (zinc, magnesium, selenium, calcium, potassium, sodium) are needed, which make up the active centers of enzymes and other cell details.

The following is a list of trees and their life spans. Trees are the longest-lived of the intricately organized kingdoms of life.

Human life lasts longer than most living organisms on the planet. But we can’t compare to trees. They grow and develop much more slowly, which allows them to exist for centuries and millennia. Just think, the trees that lived in the times of Ancient Egypt and Ancient Rome were preserved on Earth, we will leave, and these plants will be able to see the future unattainable to us.

Both plants/trees belong to the kingdom Plantae. It is interesting to test saps and extracts from tree saps {since they exist on earth for a multiple of the animal kingdom and ginkgo biloba extract extended the lives of mice} to extend the life of mice {as model organisms} and then humans. Birch sap is the most accessible {birch blood} drink.

Apricot

100 years

Quince

50 years

Acacia

50-100 years old

Orange

up to 100-150 years

Artocarpus (breadfruit)

70 years old

Bamboo

100 years

Banana (perennial herb, not a tree)

50 years

Baobab

5000 years

Birch

150 years

Bonsai

Hawthorn

up to 400 years

Beech

400-500 years

Cherry

20 – 30 years

Elm

300-400 years

Rough elm

up to 300 years

Hornbeam

100 – 150 years

Walnut

400 years

Pear

200 years

Oak

1500 years

European spruce

300-400 years

Prickly spruce (blue)

400-600 years

Siberian spruce

300-400 years

Willow brittle (Rakita)

up to 75 years

Cocoa (chocolate tree)

50-100 years old

Chestnut

500 years

Cedar

up to 500 years

Cypress

3000 years

Maple

500 years

Liesuga

up to 700 years

Lemon

up to 50 years

Linden

300-400 years

Larch (European and Siberian)

500 years

Mangrove

100 years

Juniper

500 years

Sea ​​buckthorn

25-30 years old

Olive Tree

400 years

Alder gray

50-70 years old

Black alder

100-150 years

Aspen

80-100 years old

Peach

20 years

Pinia (Italian Pine)

400-500 years

Balsam fir

150-200 years

Siberian fir

150-200 years

Sycamore

over 2300 years

Rakita (willow brittle)

up to 75 years

Mountain ash

80-100 years old

Saxaul

150-200 years

boxwood

500 years

Sequoia

5000 years

Plum house

15-60 years old

Pine

300-400 years

European cedar pine

up to 1000 years

Siberian cedar pine

400-500 years

Yew

3000 years

Yew berry

1000 years

Fat woman (money tree)

50-90 years old

Poplar

60-80 years old

Thuja western

over 100 years

Tuya Smaragd

120 – 130 years old

bird cherry

60-80 years old

Cherries

30 years

Eucalyptus

400-500 years

Apple tree

up to 200 years

Ash

150-200 years

Perhaps a change in the isotopic composition of the body with age will help correct the cuts of trees.

A 10 gram hummingbird lives for over 10 years. The emperor penguin lives in the southern cold seas for 20 years, the raven lives for 40 years, the albatross of the revolution. The ostrich is a very large bird and perhaps that is why it lives up to 40-50 years. Perhaps birds live long, not only because of genetics and against high metabolism and blood temperature, but because they soar high from the Earth.

Perhaps one of the ways to prolong life and get rid of pre-cancerous cells is gamma irradiation {10 to the minus 10 power} of a person in small doses. At the same time, radioprotectors are also likely to help from negative effects (database of radiopharmaceuticals)

There will also be about the viral theory of aging – Apologists for the viral theory of aging among Russian speakers – Mikhail Batin entrepreneur and scientist Andrey Gudkov

The virus theory branches into two groups:

First: viruses are to blame for everything, more precisely, infections. According to her, aging is a way to quickly send an individual to the next world so that it does not re-infect anyone.

The second group of theories is that “house viruses”, mobile genetic elements, transposons, in fact, carry the cell to hell and make a decisive contribution to aging.

An example of a recent study where an HIV drug was retargeted to transposons. Transposons destroy health – article & Here is a company that searches for substances overwhelming retrobiome – their leader substance GP532

So do retrotranspasons somehow measure age – via methylation? Here is the list natural substances and medicines that require screening for antiretrotranspanzone activity in a raw biological laboratory

I sum up – how to renew the body, how to repair it if the framework has already been built, the cells in their places in the organs and tissues ?!. My suggestion is to first kill old cells with certain substances, then go through the list of cells, tissues and organs to have the necessary young components in abundance. Perhaps the body is better kept in {cold} – {hunger for everything else,} {and – perhaps complex configurations of magnetic fields are required, a 3d model of the magnetic fields of a young person.}

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