Why AI and “respectable men” will never cure aging

Ed Park, MD aging, artificial intellgence, News, stem cell theory of aging, Telomerase activation 2 Comments

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.

“The Toll Booth Blues” and the LA Comic con

Ed Park, MD depression, dr ed park, maximum lifespan graphic novel, slice of life, stem cell theory of aging 1 Comment

80,000 people walked past my booth, averted eye contact, looked confused then a bit angry, and moved on. 99% of them looked at the display, down at me (the guy on the display) and made the snap judgement that I was a wack job or a con man.

Satellites! How orbits and humans decay…

Ed Park, MD age-related-diseases, aging, dr ed park, Podcasts, redenbacher effect, slice of life 2 Comments

I am extremely grateful to be able to tell you that the FTC contacted my lawyers and informed them that I would be dropped from the suit against TA Sciences