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The ends of your chromosomes, or telomeres, shorten as you age.
If you can activate telomerase, you can prevent many of the problems associated with aging.

In 2009, The Nobel prize in medicine was given for the discovery of telomerase. But 99% of doctors have never even heard of it!

Dr. Park, the author of Maximum Lifespan, has been taking such a telomerase activator called TA-65 for two years.

To learn more, go to www.RechargeBiomedical.com

On a microscopic level, cognition can be reduced to mere chemical interactions, suggesting free will might be an illusion.

Yet our subjective experience of consciousness tells us we do make choices and that those choices shape the world around us.

The difficulty in explaining consciousness was called the "hard problem of consciousness" by David Chalmers in 1996. He believes our subjective experiences, or qualia, are difficult to understand as just the sum of neurological processes.

Conversely, ideas, languages, and ecosystems can also be viewed as having 'a life of their own' that approaches something like consciousness with respect to purposeful behavior and self-awareness.

DNA is a universal language that, needing only four types of molecules, can encode, the programs to grow, maintain, and kill an organism from single cell bacterium to a grown human.

Every cell with a nucleus contains the entire software library but loses the capacity to become every cell type through a process called differentiation. Differentiation causes certain 'switches' to be triggered that limit the cell's form and function according to need.

Genetic engineering has long been possible using tools native to viruses and bacteria Now that people can rapidly read and write the DNA code, the limitations on genetic engineering are limited only by our understanding of nature’s grammar and our own ethical constraints.