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Link Between Cloning Shorting Lifespan And Biological Immortality


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Well, I finally have proof that mutation of genes is responsible for aging, I was looking into information about the clone dolly, it is reported that the clone dolly was cloned from a 6 year old sheep, the clone dolly died at age 6, the average lifespan of a sheep is 12 years. This shows that the acquired aging mutation of the original was passed on to the clone via genetic mutation, the only thing exchanged between the original and dolly the sheep clone was DNA which shows that DNA mutation is responsible for aging and the premature death of dolly by the exact amount lived by the previous DNA's host. The Verdict is for biological immortality that you would have to replace defective genes as you age then you would truly never age past the age of the genetic code you used as a template for your DNA repair, just as dolly died a early death from using aged DNA thus the reverse is true you can extend your lifespan by reintegration of a earlier age's genetic framework into a host. Let us say you are 50 and had a copy of your DNA from 20, every-time you inserted the 20 year aged genes into your 50 year aged cells every 30 years you would gain 30 years of healthy lifespan as if you were always living from ages 20 to 50 repeatedly, this process being able to be repeated forever until the universe ends theoretically. The truth is the telomeres just count the age of your DNA and the amount of mutation accumulated telomeres do not directly cause the age though.

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