Wednesday, March 15, 2006

Neglible Cellular Senescence

Neglible Cellular Senescence is the term for helping cells to rid themselves of toxins and possibly replenish your body with new youthful cells in an effort to dramatically extend your lifespan. Here's an article asking 'We will be able to live to 1,000.' But it brings up a good point about science in general. If any of you ever come up with a radical idea about science, the first thing you should do is to shave your two foot beard. Nobody believes guys with two foot beards.



Rock on.
Keith.

3 comments:

Sarah said...

Ha!!

I went on a half-serious half-joking rant here at work when Stardust (I think it was Stardust) came back, and the principal investigator doing the press conference had what I called "crazy scientist hair."

Stereotypical as it may be, hot women talking about NASA projects would certainly garner more attention than a dude with crazy scientist hair.

Dave Smart said...

Sometimes....the facial hair appears to be as radical as the scientific theory.

Cassie (TIGGS) said...

crazy scientist hair....LOL!