Biotech’s Bogus Anti-Aging Baloney
What a cosmic joke! Life Extension magazine is being distributed in health food stores!
The Life Extension Foundation doles out millions of dollars to its biotech cronies like ImmunePath.
According to Bloomberg …
“ImmunePath, Inc., a biotechnology company, specializes in developing stem cell based therapeutics for diseases of the immune system. The company was founded in 2010 and is based in Menlo Park, California.”
See for yourself where LEF’s bucks are going …
The Gene Theory was kick-started by Gregor Mendel’s deceptive research.
Garbage In, Garbage Out (GIGO).
Truth cannot be reached by piling BS on top of BS, but a mountain of BS makes a fantastic money-spinner.
Ray Peat (“Adaptive substance, creative regeneration: Mainstream science, repression, and creativity,” 2006-2015) wrote …
“The denial that animals can think or understand language, the claim that babies or animals don’t feel pain, or that heart cells and brain cells can’t divide, or that somatic cells lack the genetic capacity to be cloned, or that they are intrinsically mortal, limited to a maximum of 50 cell divisions — these absurdities of 20th century biology and medicine all resulted from an abject commitment to the mechanistic doctrine of matter and life promoted or invented by [Rene] DesCartes.”
According to the same source …
“To a great extent, the geneticists were motivated to study bacterial genes, rather than vertebrate embryos, by the principle that motivated the drunk to look for his car keys under the street lamp, even though that wasn’t where he lost them, because the light made it easier to look there.”
At least Old Man Rockefeller gave America Yoga, health food, and colonic therapy.
I might have liked him if he weren’t against dancing, liquor, and womanizing. :)