“Could…immortal hydra polyp inspire advanced rejuvenation…for humans?”
Ramtha on the immortal gene

– “Could this immortal hydra polyp inspire advanced rejuvenation therapies for humans?”
“A tiny freshwater polyp called the hydra has a rather neat trick: It can’t die. These polyps are able to accomplish this remarkable feat of apparent immorality by reproducing through budding rather than mating. But as geneticists from Kiel University in Germany recently discovered, the same longevity gene that makes the hydra immortal may also explain why humans get older — an important bit of insight that could eventually result in advanced therapies to treat human aging.

The study, which was published this week the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, looked into the biological processes used by the hydra to avoid the effects of aging. The researchers discovered that each polyp contains stem cells capable of continuous reproduction and proliferation. Without this endless supply of regenerating stem cells, the polyp wouldn’t be able to continually bud in the way that it does,” quoting George Dvorsky in io9.
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– Ramtha on the “immortal gene”
“I marched an army daily on a very odd mixture of things that I would not recommend that you do because you don’t march, nor do you swing a broadsword. The body doesn’t need excess. It just needs enough to sustain.
We want the body to live forever. We want to be able to morph this body and grow it taller or smaller or bigger or vibrate faster than any rate of speed. So we are going to keep it. We never have to die again. Science says you have an immortal gene. The fact is you do. You don’t want to have to die again. At any age you can cease aging. And when we learn bilocating and disappearing, we are off to other dimensions and we never have to die and be reborn and forget.”

– Ramtha
Blue College Intensive
Yelm, WA
December 3, 2006

Posted: November 19th, 2012 - Featured Articles, Genetics, Healing, health, News Headlines, Ramtha, RSE, Science

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