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Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells may not have the desired effect (might work for injury where cells are already dead).

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells may not have the desired effect (might work for injury where cells are already dead).

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells may not have the desired effect (might work for injury where cells are already dead).

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already.

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already.

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first (or maybe renew them). The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already.

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off (or maybe renew) senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already.

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off (or maybe renew) senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
2 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep the clones imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep them imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself, and keep them imprisoned (just like in the movie "The Island").

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself.

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace injured ones (injury too great for your body to heal: like an entire organ failing due to elite levels of decadence). All you need to do is to clone yourself.

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

The other thing you'll need in your quest is an endless supply of tissues and organs to replace damaged ones. All you need to do is to clone yourself.

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

The rate at which your cells go senescent vs the rate at which you can replace them with stem cells: I guess if you figure out how to tip it in favor of the latter at any age, you could at least live a lot longer.

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already..

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: None provided.

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already.

Look into fasting. For me, empirically I settled on something close to the traditional Indian schedule of complete fasting once every two weeks and restricted eating times (15-16 hrs fasting to 8-9 hrs eating) on other days. I don't like daily caloric restriction as it reduces my attention span.

163 days ago
1 score
Reason: Original

Stem cells can't help you if you don't kill off senescent cells first. The two work in tandem to regenerate tissues. Merely spamming stem cells probably won't work for longetivity (might work for injury where cells are already dead). Stem cells can't do their work if an existing, older (even if inefficient) cell is in place already.

163 days ago
1 score