Modern Man May Be Closer To The Discovery And Adoption Of An Anti-Aging Pill Than You Think; But You Have To Give Yourself Permission To Take It
By Bill Sardi
The medical industry serves an an impediment to the discovery and adoption of an anti-aging pill.
Government has made it illegal to claim any natural substance remedies aging.
The rapid expansion of the volume of scientific information suggests the eradication of all diseases and aging itself is not beyond the reach of modern medicine today.
The time it takes to make such a discovery is shortening due to the “law of accelerating returns.” Futurists predict the eradication of all disease as well as aging itself.
There is a boom in the number of centenarians, all who reached 100-years of age without consciously making an effort to do so. Just wait till an anti-aging pill gains traction.
Government overseers and life insurance companies need the public to die on time. Don’t expect any medical institute or governmental agency approve an anti-aging pill. The personal discovery of an anti-aging pill is left for each individual to explore.
Valid strategies and practices now exist to reliably make 120-year lifespans and health spans common; namely fasting, calorie-restriction and blood-letting. These are no-cost practices (even less-cost by saving on food). Intermittent fasting is gaining traction, but for reasons of weight control, not the pursuit of longevity.
Food deprivation is not expected to be popular. A pill that molecularly mimics fasting would augment or even replace the above restrictive dietary measures.
Longevity seekers can readily find an anti-aging pill once they understand the cause of aging, which is over-mineralization.
Genes do not control aging, minerals do.
It is not fewer calories that produces an anti-aging effect, but the fact fewer minerals are consumed when limited calorie diets are practiced.
Various natural molecules (resveratrol, quercetin, fisetin, rice bran) chelate (bind to) key minerals (iron, copper, calcium) that drive aging and would serve as an anti-aging pill.
A combination of natural molecules works synergistically to chelate (bind to) minerals and dispose of them.
A long-ignored study showed a combination of natural molecules was superior to calorie-restriction in its ability to favorably alter anti-aging genes.
If humans can overcome their fear of longevity, an indefinitely long and healthy life is at hand.
You don’t need a doctor’s permission slip to take an anti-aging pill. An anti-aging pill is not something to be realized at some indefinite time in the future. There are numerous strategies at hand that literally cost next-to-nothing that can help you live 100 healthy years and beyond. Why isn’t your doctor telling you about this? Because modern medicine has no financial incentives to tell you about them.
You don’t need to understand complicated science to be convinced some simple practices can deliver a quality and quantity of life beyond what you could ever have imagined.
The scientific quest to find the holy grail of human aging is disingenuous. Failure to reach scientific consensus on the primary cause of aging is a shame. Aging is a challenge that is no longer beyond the reach of modern medicine. Certainly, geneticists should have sorted out why humans age by now. Maybe they already have and aren’t telling you.
The law of accelerating returns
Futurist Ray Kurzweil says the increase in the volume of information is now exponential (example: ten times ten, times ten, X ad infinitum) to produce what he calls the “law of accelerating returns.” The cure for aging is not insurmountable. Existing knowledge can be employed to produce an indefinitely long rather than a limited lifespan, that is, if a fearful and trepidatious public wants it.
Kurzweil cites the speed which new discoveries are now being made. The time it took to invent the radio or computers, for example, was many years. But now as discovery times are drastically shortened, humanity is on the cusp of conquering its ultimate challenge — aging. That is, if it has not already been discovered and thrown under the rug. If you read Kurzweil you will discover the cure for cancer should be announced any time now. Kurzweil is talking about the end of disease altogether!
But modern medicine is dragging its feet. It is in “jobs protection mode.” An anti-aging pill would replace the need for most prescription drugs and indefinitely delay or avert common maladies of old age such as cataracts, high blood pressure, liver disease, failing memory, stiff joints, bone loss and myriads of sources of pain.
The reason modern medicine moves so slowly is because the pace of any discovery is going to take the professional lifetime of any researcher to ensure an income + pension.
It was Upton Sinclair who is credited with saying: “It is difficult to get a man to understand something, when his salary depends on his not understanding it.”
Foot dragging is prevalent. There is stagnant progress to implement of advances that will revolutionize human life as we know it, and this delay is not just confined to modern medicine. On a parallel front, recognize Volkswagen has introduced composite-body automobile that won’t dent and gets 260-miles per gallon of fuel. Congress won’t allow its entry into the U.S. market. Kurzweil’s theory of “accelerating returns” is being undermined by the need to amortize (pay off) R&D debts before any new technology is introduced; and to forestall progress in order to maintain present income streams – and stock prices.
Now a felony to make an anti-aging claim
Cloaked under consumer protection legislation, the Department of Justice now bans any dietary supplement company that makes anti-aging claims for its products, even if there is scientific evidence to back that claim, and considers violations subject to criminal prosecution even though no risks or side effects from such products are demonstrated. Categorically there cannot be an anti-aging pill outside of Big Pharma.
Does the public understand, Social Security and Medicare trust funds would be rapidly depleted if everyone started living 100 years and beyond. Social Security has financial incentives if a retiree waits to apply for a government pension, hoping the retiree will die before payouts begin. This may have been a reason why public health authorities were slow to ostracize and regulate tobacco companies, given that smoking cigarettes shortens life by about 10 years. Government saves a lot of money if you die early.
The masses must die on time for life insurance companies to earn profits. Many Americans are now outliving their term life insurance policies. There are an estimated 80,000 centenarians in America today (2020). And virtually all of them reached that golden age WITHOUT an anti-aging pill. Just imagine what would happen if a significant percentage of Americans began to intentionally and conscientiously pursue a long and healthy live by taking an anti-aging pill?