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Sam Adams
Member
Sat Sep 07 11:15:30
http://www.nature.com/articles/d41586-019-02638-w
Average Ameriacn
Member
Sat Sep 07 11:20:10
If only Hot Rod would still be alive :-(
jergul
large member
Sun Sep 08 03:18:44
That article was nicely written.

One question is if aging reversal is relevant. It does not seem to impact much on causes of death beyond diabetes treatment

https://vizhub.healthdata.org/gbd-compare/#
jergul
large member
Sun Sep 08 03:25:44
lol DALY is actually a hitpoint system. I like it :-).


http://www...g-data/what-we-measure-and-why
Dukhat
Member
Sun Sep 08 04:13:23
If only Hot Rod would still be alive :-(

He outlived his usefulness and sanity by at least 30 years. Go out bright like a dying star and not racist and deluded like some sad loser.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sun Sep 08 04:53:38
n=9
No controls.
A clear conflict of interest as they work for some anti aging center in LA.

Just, no.
jergul
large member
Sun Sep 08 06:58:54
The article was pretty clear on the trial's limitations.
The Children
Member
Sun Sep 08 09:07:18
yea right.

similar article appeared 10 years ago.
and another similar article 20 years ago etc etc.

it aint never gonna stop.

this is part of the lies that they feed us wage slaves. that if we just hold on and if we lucky enough, we wont ever age no more!!!!

so that we comply in our slave roles and be good little wage slave fucers.

in reality, we be wage slaves untill we die.

Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Sun Sep 08 11:54:18
It is of such low quality that an article should never have been written, especially with such click bait title.

Nature isn't what it used to be, still better than this one where the study is "groundbreaking".

http://www...everse-study-new-a9094261.html
Paramount
Member
Sun Sep 08 12:09:51
Has Trump cured Cancer and Aids yet? About 2 months ago he said he would do it soon. Soon is here now.
Sam Adams
Member
Sun Sep 08 19:50:10
"n=9
No controls.
A clear conflict of interest as they work for some anti aging center in LA.

Just, no."

hmmmpf. My dreams of living forever and conquering the universe are crushed.
jergul
large member
Mon Sep 09 03:00:57
The article clearly stated the study's limitations. It was well-written.

Ground-breaking means "not been done before" I am unaware on any similar study on humans that controlled for chenges in gerome markers.

The interesting part is not so much the study itself, but the followup checking of blood samples against dna markers.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Mon Sep 09 08:47:53
Click bait title, to then "Oh btw..."

And forgets to mention the conflict of interest.

We have different standards for evidence, for good articles and article titles. I read alot of social science, genetic and nutritional studies, you see alot of click bait. This is not the worst by far, but due diligence, rigor etc. don't have an off switch for me. This one time I asked hood to provide peer reviewed study for his mastrubation joke. Hilarious.
jergul
large member
Tue Sep 10 01:10:56
Of course we do. We have different levels of education after all.

You are over-emphasising the title wording (which actually can be pretty creative in academic texts sometimes). Hardly surprising as that usually is about 20% of what you read in a study. The synopsis covering the rest.
Nimatzo
iChihuaha
Tue Sep 10 11:22:10
You are overemphasizing the handful of years you spent in school.

Click bait titles are click bait titles. You may expect them accept them in some places. The problem here is that a study with 9 people without controls are not "limitations" to an otherwise promising and ground breaking results, it is none of those things to begin with.
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