Dr. Mark Trozzi gives us an honest and incisive work of advice on how to live healthier and appreciate our planet. The practical tone of Immortality Science avoids abstract ideolo... *
Never Stop, As Your Path is The Right One "I have only a few words to say here/ it shows that you care about all that i hold dear/ This planet earth and its people,the stewards of plants, animals and the resources/ I think you are Right that we would be way better off riding horses! Cheers,..." -- Leo (Lover of the Planet Earth/Musician/)
Dr. Mark Trozzi gives us an honest and incisive work of advice on how to live healthier and appreciate our planet. The practical tone of Immortality Science avoids abstract ideology, although all opinions are supported with sound scientific evidence and logical reasoning. The author constantly emphasizes the importance of health as opposed to the transient and illusory satisfaction of self-promoting materialistic culture. All in all, Immortality Science is a very memorable read.
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Excerpt -Regarding your genetic design:
It is not a new idea that part of what you are is your genes. This is one reason we value our children as extensions of ourselves.
Genes are the microscopic blueprints for all our molecules, cell structures, and the arrangement of these into our physical bodies.
Many people do not realize that all humans contain the same genes, with only slight variations between individuals, regardless of "race" or recent ancestry. It is very safe to say that all humans are at least ninety-five percent the same, genetically. That means people from Africa, Europe, Asia, Australia, and the Americas are all more than ninety-five percent the same, genetically.
That also means that from a genetic perspective, any human being is more than ninety-five percent, your child. Genetically speaking, racial hatred makes ninety-five percent as much sense as hating our own children.
Consider that if you have twenty children, but humanity perishes sometime in the future, your genes are gone. If you have no children, but humanity survives, your genes survive. Caring for fellow humans makes scientific, genetic sense.
Great confusion exists regarding genes and skin color. Let us clarify this. Our outer skin, keratin, is, of itself, pale opaque. Under our skin, blood flows, creating a pink background. In our skin, specialized cells called "melanocytes" secrete a brown pigment called "melanin". This melanin protects us from the sun's radiation.
With the exception of rare people called "albinos", who must strictly avoid the sun, we all have melanin in our skin. That is why we all have skin color, which is a blend of pale keratin, red blood, and brown melanin. There are no black people, and there are no white people. We are all, blended pink and brown people. Some of us look very brown; some of us look very pink; most of us are in between.
We all have the same genetic code for the same complex protein, which is the brown pigment, melanin. Humans, whose recent centuries of ancestry occurred near the equator, have minute gene variations, which results in the production of more melanocytes, which make more melanin in order to protect them from the sun. Similarly, all healthy humans make more melanin when they are exposed to sunlight.
Another matter of confusion regarding genetics is a common philosophical misinterpretation of Darwin's phrase, "survival of the fittest". Albert Einstein explained this as follows:
"Darwin's Theory of the struggle for existence and the selectivity connected with it has by many people been cited as authorization of the encouragement of the spirit of competition. Some people also in such a way have tried to prove pseudoscientifically the necessity of the destructive economic struggle of competition between individuals. But this is wrong, because man owes his strength in the struggle for existence to the fact that he is a socially living animal. As little as a battle between single ants on an ant hill is essential for survival, just so little is the case with the individual members of a human community."
I have only a few words to say here/ it shows that you care about all that i hold dear/ This planet earth and its people,the stewards of plants, animals and the resources/ I think you are Right that we would be way better off riding horses! Cheers, and good luck in all ov your endevours Mr. Trozzi I PRAY that ONE DAY OUR WISE AND WONDERFUL NATION WILL FIND A WAY OUT FROM UNDER THE CRUSHING WEIGHT OF THE CORPORATE GREED AND POLITICAL RATIONALIZATION OF THAT DISGUSTING GREED AND SICKNESS
(Profession: Lover of the Planet Earth/Musician/)
-- January 26, 2006
Having read and participated in the imortality of science , not only i am healthier in strength and stamina, my mental state of awareness is ten fold,I highly recomend this lifestyle book to anyone who seeks enhancement on all levels in their life/chaz nobleman.
(Profession: lion tamer /volcanoe queller)
-- May 18, 2008
Also Recommended: buy it today, for tomorrow may be a little to little.
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