Is it acceptable to challenge nature in ways humans shouldn’t? Who decides what’s okay to challenge and what’s not okay to challenge? The only real way to know if humans are doing something wrong is to do it and see what happens. With that in mind, scientists have started pushing the boundaries of nature.
Since the dawn of time, there’s been one thing that outlasts everything. Every philosopher, storyteller, and scientists have talked about it. Time consumes everything it touches, and when it comes to humans, time brings age. Aging is the number one cause of human fatalities worldwide.
Since humans have been able to identify their existence, they’ve thought that aging is just something everyone has to accept. So far, everyone gets old and everyone dies; there’s no way around it or escaping it. In most people’s opinion, it’s not dying they fear; it’s the effects of getting old.
When people are young, they have so much energy; they can bounce back from getting sick in a matter of hours. When people get older, things take longer to happen, and they may not always bounce back. Even if someone lived a healthy youth, they still may face tremendous health complications once they’re elderly.
The older people become, the worse their health deteriorates. Most medical companies are only looking for ways to treat these conditions or numb the pains. There are lots of ways to lessen the pain or treat the symptoms, but no one is really looking for a way to solve the problem.
That’s when organizations like the SENS Foundation come into play. The SENS Foundation is trying to find a way to slow or stop the aging process. They’re not acting out of vanity or arrogance; they’re trying to improve people’s quality of life by avoiding aging altogether.
With Jason Hope supporting them, there’s a good chance SENS will discover something soon. Jason Hope started working with SENS in 2010 after he donated $500,000 to their organization. Now, he’s watching their research closely, waiting for another opportunity to jump in and make their research easier.
According to Aubrey de Grey, co-founder of SENS, Jason Hope’s donation couldn’t have come at a better time. His money was used to help find solutions faster.
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