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TEOMCROTE = TEOTWAWKI on steroids! The End Of Mankind's Current Reign Over The Earth takes into account that our ancestors were neither suicidal, stupid, nor our genetic inferiors but still wound up getting wiped off the Earth. Whereas CSER [cser.org: Centre for Study of Existential Risk] tries to PREVENT this dispensation from coming to an end, TEOMCROTE works from the eventuality/possibility/probability that the end our age takes place and what to do then

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Should we age at all?


Should we age at all?
Do animals age?
There is an interesting discrepancy between sea and river trouts; sea trout, genetically basically the same as their river cousins, exibit no disease whereas river trouts come down with all kinds of diseases.
The answer, as many independent health research sources suggest, lies in the minerals that are present in seawater as opposed to the conditions on land. Land has been leeched of minerals through rain for billions of years. Rock contains a calcium-magnesium ratio, for instance, of 2:1 whereas the sea has a 1:3 ratio! Land creatures, it turns out, have cells that have to resort to substituting the magnesium they need with calcium which, while keeping them alive, makes these cells rigid and less able to function as they otherwise might.
The above is not to say that aging is necessarily 100% about mineral deficiency but there ARE obviously not commonly known factors contributing to illness and symptoms of disease commonly associated with aging.
Sea creatures grow to immense size and great age. As well, as ]Ron Cusson's research suggests, mankind's greatest cultures historically developed along coastal river deltas where the land had access to sea minerals, especially magnesium and iodine, allowing the people who lived there to thrive and attain their full potential.

Going on to other sources, when one considers Zecharia Sitchin and ]Alan Alford's research, it appears that mankind might've once been as immortal as the Anunnaki that created us, having lifespans of hundreds of thousands of years at least...
Mankind with it's 95%+ 'junk DNA' appears to have potential that modern man just isn't utilizing.

Research into telomeres and such suggest that we actually HAVE immortality features in our chromosomes that are SHUT OFF!
What's that about?!

All of this suggests that looking into immortality isn't about some kind of obsession or flight FROM that which is human or normal, but rather more part of the quest TO what is our actual humanity and the truth about our past and present.
To accept death and aging, then, isn't healthy or wise, it's similar to people accepting disease which is utterly unnecessary because of ignorance and gullibility.
There are certainly enough independent strains of research that point to immense gaps in our knowledge of ourselves, the 95% 'junk DNA' being just one great example: if we are completely ignorant of most of our genetics, only having come to recognize [in part!] 1/20 of our genetic makeup, how the hell can we think that we are even aware of what our possibilities as human are or what it means to be "human"?
Stories of immortal people and other species [i.e. Anunnaki] are therefore worthy of consideration.
Sources suggesting that there are indeed practices or ways to avoid disease and aging, are not only worth pursuing but one might even say that they are the most worthy of all pursuits.

Our short lives are part of ALL human drama, one might muse. After all, if you WEREN'T deteriorating after you finally achieved wisdom and life experience, imagine how different your life and society would be!
If people with 50 years of experience looked like teenagers, then people who are actually 15 or 20 years old would no longer be idealized as superhuman. Girls around 20 years old would no longer be preyed upon because 50-year-old girls/women would be just as desirable, if not much more so because of their additional knowledge and experience.
Society as a whole would no longer be made up of generations that don't understand each other. Men and women wouldn't be rushing to have children while they are young AND inexperienced and basically very unprepared for parenthood.
Everything would change, much of it very clearly for the better, if not simply all of it.
In this way even immortality might not even be necessary to achieve happiness for mankind; if everyone enjoyed the promise of 'only' [sic] 200 years of youth, the planet could become the paradise it now is only in potential, and probably in short order.
In a way, therefore, considerations of 'immortality' [or health, youthfulness, or longevity] might indeed be thought of as the worthiest of all pursuits.
Documentary: ]Living Forever: The Longevity Revolution

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]Carnosine provide broad-range cellular protection to fight vascular injury and extend lifespan
In addition to being a potent cellular antioxidant, carnosine exhibits a number of unique capabilities that help limit glycation (the abnormal linking of proteins with glucose or lipids) to prevent injury to tissues and organ structures. These actions improve cardiovascular performance to protect against stroke, heart disease, dementia, and increased susceptibility to cancer.
Researchers have demonstrated that carnosine is particularly effective in providing multi-targeted protection to the heart and blood vessels through age-inducing processes such as oxidation, glycation, protein cross-linking, mitochondrial dysfunction, telomere shortening, and heavy metal accumulation in tissues. Carnosine protects against ischemia or loss of blood flow to the heart muscle, preventing the devastating effect of reduced blood flow that leads to a heart attack.
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]Carnosine provide broad-range cellular protection to fight vascular injury and extend lifespan
In addition to being a potent cellular antioxidant, carnosine exhibits a number of unique capabilities that help limit glycation (the abnormal linking of proteins with glucose or lipids) to prevent injury to tissues and organ structures. These actions improve cardiovascular performance to protect against stroke, heart disease, dementia, and increased susceptibility to cancer.
Researchers have demonstrated that carnosine is particularly effective in providing multi-targeted protection to the heart and blood vessels through age-inducing processes such as oxidation, glycation, protein cross-linking, mitochondrial dysfunction, telomere shortening, and heavy metal accumulation in tissues. Carnosine protects against ischemia or loss of blood flow to the heart muscle, preventing the devastating effect of reduced blood flow that leads to a heart attack.
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]Colloidal Copper
This is probably the way for you to stay young and healthy and live your life full of vitality whilst boosting your collagen supply to promote smooth supple skin. Found effective when used internally, to strengthen blood, clean arteries and veins and boost the body's circulatory system. Ideal for treatment of skin wrinkles and to improve the elasticity of skin; has been found effective against parasites. Through the ages many claims have been made in the use of copper to stop and even reverse the process resulting in hair turning gray. Is this the FOUNTAIN OF YOUTH ?

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 Copper is an essential trace mineral that facilitates the activity of several enzymes. The mineral provides a role in the development and maintenance of the cardiovascular system, including the heart, arteries, and other blood vessels, the skeletal system, and the structure and function of the nervous system, including the brain.

Copper is a critical functional component of a number of essential enzymes, known as cuproenzymes. The copper-dependent enzyme, cytochrome c oxidase, plays a critical role in cellular energy production. Another cuproenzyme, lysyl oxidase, is required for the cross-linking of collagen and elastin, which are essential for the formation of strong and flexible connective tissue. The action of lysyl oxidase helps maintain the integrity of connective tissue in the heart and blood vessels and plays a role in bone formation.

A number of reactions essential to normal function of the brain and nervous system are catalyzed by cuproenzymes. Copper is involved in respiration and the synthesis of hemoglobin. It is essential in the production of collagen and the neurotransmitter noradrenalin. It is an important blood antioxidant and prevents the rancidity of polyunsaturated fats.

Copper is involved in numerous enzyme systems that break down or build up body tissues. It plays a role in the production of the skin pigment melanin by converting the amino acid tyrosine. The mineral is essential for the synthesis of phospholipids, which are a component of the myelin sheath that surrounds nerves.


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