“You can be as mad as a mad dog at the way things went.”
F. Scott Fitzgerald
When I started studying quantum mechanics, my world fell apart.
I remember with a wealth of frightening details the moment when, during the first class, on the first day, Valentine Telegdi alerted us to a detail that, according to the master, should start beaconing our existences: we are the result of the stability of patterns formed by anonymous and interchangeable particles.
It was like a mule kick to the forehead.
Nothing, in me, is me. Nothing is perennial and the continuity of the ego only occurs because of a property that emerges from the interrelation of these complex stable patterns, called the conscience.
When I started writing the Transcircadian Diet, I came across a study by David Sinclair, professor of genetics at the Blavatnik Institute at Harvard Medical School, in my research. At the time – less than two years ago – he was looking for the mechanism that would trigger the rejuvenation process that he had been studying for over a decade.
Last week, his paper –with the solution- was published.
There is much to consider until the breakthrough is available to us. However, Sinclair's work is absolutely genius. It is a finding that states that our organisms only age because the communication of genetic information from DNA undergoes shocks that "cause panic to the system."
Sinclair and his team also found that our DNA has a kind of youth backup that can be activated at any moment and several times. In tests, they were able to rejuvenate a mouse to about half its chronological age. What is also very interesting is that the process does not go backward as in the Curious Case of Benjamin Button, which would cause cancer; but stabilizes around half of the subject's real age.
Telegdi was right. Nature is much more infant-gaté than our most daring philosophy supposes. And also Scott.
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