Why does the maximum human age seem to hover around the 100-year mark? Why not 200 or even 500 years? If we’re to believe accounts in the Torah and Old Testament texts, many ancient people measured their lives in terms of centuries, rather than the decades that we use today. Adam, for example, is documented as having lived for 930 years, Metheselah for 969 years. Noah lived for 350 years ‘after’ the Great Flood. If he was 950 years old when he died, this would mean that he was fit and vital enough to build the ark that would ensure the survival of the entire human race when he was 600 years old! So perhaps something happened to our bodies that shortened our life span to only ~120 years.
What if those that created us also didn’t want us to live for too long? As you know, the longer you live the wiser you become.
One of the keys that associated with aging cells is related to telomere length. What if they got shorten? A telomere is involved in protecting chromosomes from deterioration. In order to function normally, cells in our bodies must keep diving to replace cells that are worn out and damaged. During this division process, our genetic material must be passed on to the next generation of cells. The genetic material inside cells is arranged in strands of DNA called chromosomes. At the end of these strands is a protective cap called telomere. Each time a cell divides the protective telomere caps gets shorter. When they are too short, the cell loses its ability to renew and divide, which leads to deterioration and aging.
Elizabeth Blackburn in 2009 won Nobel Prize for proving that telomeres could be maintained by the activity of enzyme called telomerase. This discovery opened new doors for research and scientists began to investigate into the possibility of lengthening telomeres with some successful experiments that haven’t been released (who knows if they will?). But what if it’s possible to achieve this in other ways?
What if you are able to transmutate? After all, this is the time for “Supernatural”⚡🚀