Wednesday, 8 July 2009

'Easter Island holds the key to human longevity...'

'A miraculous 'fountain of youth' drug that could extend people's life spans by more than a decade has been developed by scientists.

The anti-ageing pill was created from a chemical found in the soil of Easter Island - one of the most remote and mysterious places on the planet.

In tests, the chemical increased the life expectancy of animals by a staggering 38 per cent.

Although it is not yet suitable for use on people, researchers say it opens the door to the first generation of longevity pills that actually work.

While the breakthrough sounds like something out of science fiction, scientists say the discovery is a major leap towards longer lives for everyone.'



Anadæ Effro said...

Fascinating, Captain … you'll recall that I had used the mermaid fountain by the visionary artist, Stanislav Szukalski, as my avatar a little while ago. He, Goodly Sir, was of the opinion that the remnant of mankind regenerated on Rapa Nui, AKA Easter Island, whenafter the Noahnic Flood's waters abated. Dynamic finding … the Resurrection, phase two!

Swimmingly yours, mi muchacho,
Anadæ Effro (•:-)}

Michael said...

Perhaps with the remnants of Nephilim technology? :-)