They have a new newsletter. Lots of interesting life-extension things going on. It’s worth noting that one of the principals of Oisín Biotechnologies is Gary Hudson, who is currently more focused on this topic than space.
Jim Meigs explains.
I just read that they’re cutting power to the Berkeley campus, which could be a disaster for researchers who need to keep things in the fridge, if they don’t have backup generators.
And you know what isn’t the problem? Climate change. Or at least not anthropogenic climate change. Drought is the natural state of affairs for the place. The 20th century was unusually wet, and a lot of policy decisions were made on the assumption that this was a normal state of affairs.
We’re on So Cal Edison, not PG&E, but we’ve heard that SCE might be planning the same thing. Unclear if we’ll be affected if they do.
[Update Saturday morning]
Californians learn that solar panels don’t work during power blackouts. More policy idiocy, and they’re compounding it by requiring every new home to have them. I can’t believe the state I’ve lived in for four decades, with such an innovative history, has become so effing stupid.
Caused by vegetable oils?
Not a problem for me at this stage of my life, but there are lots of reasons to avoid vegetable oils.
Humans may possess some ability to regrow it. Doesn’t look like it will help that much for knees and hips, though. But you never know what they’ll find next. Fortunately, I’ve never had any joint problems, yet.
It’s finally based on the best science, instead of best guesses.
Basically, everything you thought you knew about nutrition for the past half century is wrong.
Seriously, this is a technology that I’m really looking forward to.
The sun is extremely quiet. It will be interesting to see what the effects are.
…is nothing but rebranded paganism.
Over climate. At the University of Washington.
This should be a big story, or they won’t stop. Presumably, that department head would claim to be a climate scientist, but he’s not any kind of scientist.