But before we get to that . . .
This lecturer in psychiatry at Yale thinks he knows why Trump can’t concede. Grievance addiction. Literally.
And now . . .
Technically, I guess it’s a hyperbaric chamber. But if fish live in an aquarium and Greeks lived in Byzantium . . .
Israeli scientists put 35 old-ish folks into them 90 minutes a day, five days a week, for three months. At the end of which, their telomeres had lengthened by 20%. They were 25 years younger. Or at least their telomeres were.
I may be glossing over a few things (one of you likens me to Kramer in my enthusiasms), but I’ve already found a manufacturer. I’m trying to find out whether I can invest; and whether they have one I can sit in watching movies while I de-age.
I have a friend who’s paid a fortune to freeze himself when the day comes. But forget cryogenics. My way, if it works, could keep the day from coming in the first place; and is so much warmer.
Oh — and look who got 306 Electoral College votes. Thanks to all of you who helped.
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