Re: life extension vs. natural law

Gina Miller (
Tue, 19 Jan 1999 14:07:27 PST

You said:
>What is the support for this? As far as I can remember from Hayflick's
>_How and Why We Age_ and other readings, wear and tear doesn't appear
>to be the main factor in current aging, and people more look at
>genetic and systemic factors.

Are we not to believe that if the gene that predisposes the timeline of our life, that there are no other factors? That the elelments surrounding us have no effect on encouraging the aging process. To alter ourselves internally, still leaves the environment? We will still have to take the products of natural processes into consideration (water, air, stone and clay). We breathe and move in these molecular structures daily. We would in a sense be a foreign matter living in a typical and complex world.
Gina Miller

Gina "Nanogirl" Miller
E-mail at:
Web Page at:

Get Your Private, Free Email at