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Fascinating scientific stuff

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by beer good, Apr 3, 2011.

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    I'm going to reopen this thread :D Scientists Revive Tiny Worms Which Have Been Frozen For 42,000 Years

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    I hope the awakening of our regular members will be a rather more quick !! I am crossing my fingers [​IMG]
     
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    What could possibly go wrong?
     
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    At least now, they know this thread has revived :D By the way, do you remember how long a tardigrades ( water bears ) live ??
     
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    No. How long?
     
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    It seems, they live approximately 1 year....I thought they were more long-lived organisms
     
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    Maybe you thought they lived longer because they are so hard to kill?
     
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    Partly could be for this reason... But long ago, I was reading about Microbial Ecology, concretely, about the Extremophiles and looking over this book again I found that some species of Tardigrades in dry enviroments can slow down their metabolism , to do this, they dehydraty themselves, fixing besides the damage in their DNA.... reason which leads to live more years . It seems like under laboratory conditions they live between 5 and 8 years .
     
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    interesting
     
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    The IRISIN hormone released during exercise might protect against Alzheimer’s
    ( Irisin is produced within the muscles during intense exercise and physical activity)

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    So you're saying I need to dance more?
     
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    Yes or as alternative I suggest you the suspension training (( TRX system )) and the most important, Keep Hydrated with Osteocalcin´s << herbal tea >> [​IMG] ---- Eric Kandel will explain you better the role of the Osteocalcin and the RbAp48 protein .

     
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