Genomic entropy drives aneuploidy

Ed Park, MD age-related-diseases, aging, cancer, dr ed park, stem cell theory of aging, stem cells, Telomere Timebombs 0 Comments

A body is a machine in turn made up of trillions of cellular machines, all exhibiting decreasing genomic integrity and stability as we age. Here are some insights which help to explain aging as the result of increasing entropy

The Time Travelers’ wives and the burden of free will

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When a person realizes that we are all time travelers without “do-overs” moving at a speed of one day per day through our lives, we can accept responsibility for untoward events, whether they be of equal, lesser, or higher probability because of our actions.

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.