Why AI and “respectable men” will never cure aging

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Today, it was announced that the MD Anderson Cancer Center decided it had wasted $62M on askng IBM’s Watson computer to cure cancer. It is not surprising, really…a machine cannot ask questions yet, it can only answer them.

Without knowledge, intuition often fails us

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According to sci-fi writer Harlan Elison, “The two most common elements in the universe are hydrogen and stupidity.” I was reminded of this on our recent Australian cruise when a teenage friend replied to my son’s assertion that his dad’s car only made water and electricity, “Everyone knows you can’t make water!” That just seems right, right? Water is so …

Philosophy, religion, and science are one

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I am grateful for all the moral support I am receiving during the Federal Trade Commission effort to silence me.  Yesterday, I received a call from a banker, viewer of all my videos and blogs, and user of TA-65 to help pay my legal defense. He compared my ideas to Galileo and Tesla, which was very kind. Today, I revisited the Manly P. …

Routine telomerase activation not recommended until age 25

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At what age would you want to stop aging? For most people, an age in the late teens until mid 20s would be desirable for stopping aging. If you look at all biomarkers of aging, nothing good happens after 25. If we could choose, most people would want to go through normal fetal development, normal childhood and pubertal milestones, normal …