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We Can Be Young Again, Science Says It’s So….

Nevermind the hyperbole in the title below, this make-me-young-again drug study reduced the 'biological age' of the individuals by over 2 years.  This means, folks, we may yet again revisit zits if we take too many make-me-young-again drugs.  Imagine a world of 90 year old teens.  Gasp.  What fun.Mind-blowing drug trials show it’s possible to reverse biological age – BGRExcerpt:A study recently published in Aging Cell reveals that a specific regiment of growth hormones and medications shows promise in actually reversing a person’s biological age. The research was conducted on a very small scale, with just nine adults participating and no control group, but the findings are nonetheless exciting.For a full year, the tiny group of volunteers stuck with a strict drug routine that included the growth hormone and a pair of drugs commonly used to treat diabetes. Their biological ages — which is a measurement of the changes in a person’s genetics over time and is commonly used to determine the age of a person’s body in comparison to chronological age — were tracked for comparison.After the experiment was over, the biological ages of the individuals were determined to be approximately 1.5 years younger than when they started a year prior, meaning that they were actually 2.5 years younger than they would have been by the time the trials were over. The decrease in biological age persisted for six months after the participants finished the trials.
Elon Musk’s Charm Offensive in China Pays Off Amid Trade War – Bloomberg Technology
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Elon Conquers China’s Great Wall, the Tax Wall, with Sweetheart Deal for Tesla

Somehow, Elon Musk managed to go into China, in the midst of a red-hot trade war, and get a sweetheart tax deal from the party head himself, Chairman Xi.Elon Musk’s Charm Offensive in China Pays Off Amid Trade War – Bloomberg TechnologyElon Musk’s charm offensive in China appears to have paid off. During a visit last week to the country, the billionaire chief executive officer of Tesla Inc. won a tax exemption for the electric-car maker, got to promote his ground-digging Boring Co. passion project and even drew praise on social media for his frugal food and accommodation choices — he was spotted eating dumplings and staying at the Holiday Inn. Bloomberg’s Selina Wang has the story.
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China tells US, UK, Back Off the High Seas!

China warns of serious consequences if Britain and US send ships into disputed waters – Independent UK China will view the sending of British and the US warships into disputed waters it claims its own as “hostile action” with serious consequences, senior officials from the country have warned, and urged that London not get sucked into carrying out “dirty jobs” for Washington.
Starhopper Test Another Leap for SpaceX Towards Mars
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Starhopper Test Another Leap for SpaceX Towards Mars

SpaceX successfully tests ‘Starhopper’ Mars-colonizing spaceship - RT SpaceX’s prototype for Mars-colonizing spaceship, Starhopper, successfully completed the test flight on Tuesday in Boca Chica, Texas, rising up to 150m, a limit imposed by US Federal Aviation Administration.
India and Russia Ink Trade Deal with No Dollars
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India and Russia Ink Trade Deal with No Dollars

BREAKING: India and Russia Ditching The U.S. Dollar – MCSC Network W/ Niko HouseNiko House talks about the ramifications of a Russia-India Trade deal that does away with the US Dollar.
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US Scientists 3D Print Miniature Human Heart – Geek

US Scientists 3D Print Miniature Human Heart – Geek

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Scientists have successfully 3D printed a miniature human heart.Chicago-based biotech firm Biolife4D recently took a significant step toward its goal of producing a full-sized human heart viable for transplant.  The mini milestone, led by Chief Science Officer Ravi Birla, boasts the structure of a standard-sized heart—including four internal chambers.  It’s the closest anyone has gotten to producing a fully functioning heart through 3D bioprinting, according to the company.

“We are extremely proud of what we have accomplished, from the ability to 3D bioprint human cardiac tissue last summer to a mini heart with full structure now,” Birla said in a statement.

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