Dna and aging


Posted by Kay Leonard on December 08, 1999 at 22:52:01:

One contribution to the aging process is the
shortening of DNA strands after multiple replications,
which happen naturally as part of a cell's life is to
replicate. DNA is double stranded and one strand is replicated
from the inside to the end. However, the other has to
be replicated from the end to the inside. To account
for this the cell lengthens the strand before
replication. However, this process begins to break down
after a time and your new cells are missing part of your
DNA. How does your device stop aging when this process
is occurring?

answer: Don't you see why there is a bug in the DNA? Why do you think the replication process breaks down after a while? Because not enough power! Not enough power! In order to fix the aging problem, we have to dive deeper into the macro level! that's where my device jumps in.

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