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SCREENING UPDATE — FREE WEBCAST

June 4, 2012

Robert Kane Pappas’ 30 minute pilot for his new series on Aging Science: The New Fountains of Youth (based on his feature documentary To Age or Not To Age) will be screened and webcast LIVE on Tuesday, June 5th at 10:15 am Pacific time (1:15 pm Eastern time), in Las Vegas, at the Hawaii Institute of [...]

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Screening of To Age or Not to Age in Las Vegas

April 24, 2012

A thirty minute version of  TO AGE OR NOT TO AGE will be screened at the Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education’s symposium on Cell Signaling, Inflamation and Aging in Las Vegas on Tuesday, June 5th at 10:15 am.  The symposium takes place over two days (Tuesday, June 5th and Wednesday, June 6th) at the Trump [...]

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Aging and Disease — a comment by Robert Kane Pappas

March 15, 2011

Last week, Vince Giuliano wrote a probing blog about aging and disease, which can be found on this site and on agingsciences.com.  I contributed a video clip. One of his underlying points is that a disease which is cured by stimulating one of these regulator genes — for instance SIRT1 or mTOR –- will likely [...]

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Aging and Diseases — Video Blog

March 12, 2011

Everyone knows that old age can lead to many diseases and problems.  And sooner or later one of those diseases or problems will kill everybody.    But, what exactly is the relationship of aging to diseases?  The question leads to surprisingly interesting answers.
First, please have a look at this video for opinions of some prominent scientists:

Here, [...]

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Evolution and the Prospects for Much Longer Lifespans –Video Blog

March 2, 2011

A previous video blog entry has the message that we are already evolving to live longer.  But, does evolution set a limit on our lifespans, pre-ordain when we will die so to speak? Please see these videos for views of a few key longevity scientists.  And then I will weigh in with my own opinions.

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Age Reversal – Video Blog

February 28, 2011

Age reversal appears to be a subject for science fiction, like the alchemist’s vision of turning lead into gold.  Yet, it can be induced on the cellular level.  If fact, for certain of our cells absolute aging-avoidance or age-reversal is absolutely  necessary for the continuation of life.
 Please see this short video segment.

Is aging necessary for [...]

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We Are Evolving To Live Longer – Video Blog

February 26, 2011

Biological evolution has been traditionally viewed as due to mutations in genes.  However this kind of evolution can require hundreds of thousands or millions of years to take hold   Now we know that evolution can happen much faster, in as little as a few generations.   Further, I see the human species as evolving very fast [...]

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TO AGE OR NOT TO AGE ON LINKTV

November 17, 2010

TO AGE OR NOT TO AGE will air on LINKTV this month beginning on Wednesday, November 24th at 12 pm (click here for a full schedule).  This updated version of the film will include additional interviews with Brian Kennedy, PhD and Vincent Guiliano, PhD.  LINKTV can been seen on DIRECTV Channel 375 and DISH Network Channel [...]

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