In a message dated 4/17/01 11:46:06 PM, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>it just seems to me that
>depending on personal habits (office worker or mountain climber/south
>pole explorer, for example) and the fickle flagellae of
>microorganisms, CR could make you more likely to die early. (This
>excluding attack by large fur-bearing mammals, which may require some
>serious body mass for protection/attack.)
It seems that way to a lot of people; but the data is quite clear; in
physically nonstressful environments CR animals live much longer.
Disease doesn't interfere with this; the animal labs they do this
research in are anything but germ-free.
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