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My Interview on the Mysterious Universe has Been Posted. Where is the Evidence?

Posted: October 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

Hello Mysterious Universe Audience!

I recently did a taped interview with the Mysterious Universe radio show; which has now be posted on the Mysterious Universe website at http://MysteriousUniverse.org . Special thanks to Benjamin Grundy and Aaron Wright for an awesome interview and for posting a link to my blog for more information about my topics presented on the show.

However, like many other people I talk with about this extraordinary story, many members of the Mysterious Universe audience have voiced their opinions without taking the time to review my blog which is filed with lots of evidence confirming what statements I made on the radio interview. So for these people, I am offering a very brief summary of facts to help them research a small part of the back story of finding a real life "immortal" living among us today.

Enjoy:


WHERE IS THE EVIDENCE ?

Apparently many of my pseudo-skeptical and pseudo-scientific friends are having great difficulty finding any evidence on my blog of the possibility that people can extend their lives past 122 years of age. While it is good to have skeptical friends, it does trouble me to learn that they have such great difficulty finding the evidence that I have presented on these blogs. So today I am writing this blog post to summarize some of the evidence I have alrteady presented, in an effort to help those who might be challenged reading some of my previous posts and "doing the math" by putting all this evidence together to form the bigger picture.

First I would like to present to you my posts, pointing to people "on record" whom have lived 125 years and more:

128 Year Old Woman Stars on YouTube (128 years young, Tuti Yusupova, becomes a YouTube sensation).

Living More Than 150 Years by Those Who Have Done It (here is a brief list of people, on record, who lived 150 years and more).

Supercentenarians of Record Who Lived More Than 150 Years

Supercentenarians of Record Who Lived More Than 150 Years - Part 2

Supercentenarians of Record Who Lived More Than 150 Years - Part 3

Examples of Living Past 150 Years - Li Chang (Ching) Yun (according to the research by New York Times and other publications, this man lived 256 years before he passed away).

Next, I would like to present to you my posts pointing to scientists whom have found bits of evidence that point to the possibility of extending our lives, well beyond what is considered the norms:

Science Extends the Lifespan of Fungus ( a small step with a small creature, but a big step for scientists).

Modern scientists succeed in the quest for immortality (bacteria can live forever in laboratory conditions).

2050 - and Immortality is Within Our Grasp (some scientists believe so).

Can Human Cells be Reprogrammed? (scientists are discovering the possiblity of re-programming our human cells).

Discovering the Secrets of Longevity - Two Scientists are Finding Answers (2 scientists, Dr. Leonid A. Gavrilov and Dr. Natalia S. Gavrilova are figuring out, scientifically, how to extend our lives).

Human Immortality: A Scientific Reality? (a Korean scientists believes he has found a possible cure for the aging process)

A Cure for Human Aging (Dr. Aubrey de Grey contributes his research and theories on human longevity).

Next, I have several posts that present the possibility we can control our lives, our bodies, and even reach "physical immortality" (if only for a brief moment in our lives):

Skydiver Experiences an Immortal Moment and Cheats Death (the incredible story of Paul Lewis who survived a 2,000 foot fall without a parachute).

Was a Young "Immortal" found in June? (teenager escapes certain death in a major airline crash).

A Child Frozen in Time - Toddler Accidently Discovers the Fountain of Youth (16 year old Brooke Greene ages only 1 month, every year ... could she hold the secrets of immortality?).

Can Our Heart Stop the Aging Process? (a practical theory present by Gregg Braden)

Does the Movie "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed" Offer a Secret to Immortality? (intelligent design is a requirement for achievining physical immortality).

How to Live to 150 Years or More (some commonalities I found in my research that will help us all live longer and healthier lives, regardless of our beliefs in physical immortality).

Absolute, Positive Proof of Human Immortality (yes we have it on record of someone who did beat death, as witnessed by many in the world at that time).

Finally my disclosure of some of the evidence that a man is living among us who could POSSIBLY BE nearly 2,800 years of age:

Learn the Secrets of Immortality from Those Who Have Already Found It.

Where's the Proof?

Where's the Proof (Part 2)?

Where's the Proof (Part 3)?

Where's the Proof (Part 4)

Ironically, after much internal debate, I finally decided to write a book about my research so that friends and naysayers alike could read this important information in a well laid out format. I also decided to go ahead and grant interview requests in order to answer questions to various host and call-in guests to help others better understand my research. These radio interviews helped me understand what information is of the most interest to the public. I really enjoy the conversations and I did learn as much from these interviews as I hopefully gave to their listens.

Hopefully when the book(s) are finally released, we can all better understand this incredible gift that has blessed all of us and the entire world.

Do Immortals Really Exist? by Ben Abba
http://www.Ben-Abba.com

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New and Undefined Diseases

Posted: October 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

These days, common diseases present themselves completely different from what they used to be like in former times – and many other diseases appear far more frequently than they did 20 to 50 years ago.

For instance, there are viruses found now, which did not exist before – and they cause new diseases. Bacteria – much feared in earlier days - today, appear completely differently, and are frequently significantly more aggressive, due to the deployment of antibiotics. Ancient diseases – former scourges of mankind – such as tuberculosis or poliomyelitis have almost disappeared.

However, the largest increase found these days is with autoimmune diseases that cause the body to turn against its own organs. Suchlike diseases are, for instance, polyarthritis, colitis ulcerative, MS, and probably also prostatitis. Furthermore, this applies to the formerly rare autoimmune thyroiditis (Hashimoto-thyroiditis), which is currently the fastest growing disease within the US. Unfortunately, it is frequently believed that the cause for those diseases is unknown. However, we do know that all those conditions are based upon various partial causes, which – in combination – actually release the respective disease. Usually, those partial causes are not even sought to be identified. Read more...

Healthy blood

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Simplified Framingham Model May Miscalculate Risk for Millions

Posted: October 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

SAN FRANCISCO -- September 9, 2010 -- A method that is widely used to predict the risk of a major coronary event may over- or under-estimate risk for millions of patients in the United States, according to a study appearing online first in the Journal of General Internal Medicine.

The method in question is the simplified version of the so-called Framingham model, which is used to estimate a patient's 10-year risk of a myocardial infarction (MI), stroke, or other coronary event based on risk factors such as age, cholesterol levels, blood pressure, and smoking.

National guidelines recommend using the risk estimates generated by the Framingham model to classify patients as among 1 of 3 risk groups. Guidelines recommend more aggressive strategies to treat cholesterol in patients classified into higher-risk groups.

The original Framingham model uses a complicated mathematical equation to calculate risk, while the simplified version is based on a point system, with a certain number of points for each risk factor. Read more...

Heart Care

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Researchers Reluctantly Admit Mediterranean Diet Beats Diabetes Drugs for Controlling

Posted: October 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

(NaturalNews) For the first time, a long-term health study has demonstrated that the Mediterranean diet may help diabetes patients control their blood sugar without the use of medication.

"A Mediterranean-style diet is a very important part in the treatment of diabetes," said endocrinologist Loren Greene of New York University Medical Center, who was not involved in the study. "We knew that, but there just hasn't been a good study to confirm this before."

In a study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, researchers assigned 215 overweight, adult residents of Naples, Italy, to adhere to one of two diets. Participants in one group were assigned to follow a Mediterranean diet -- eating large quantities of fruits, vegetables, whole grains and certain healthy fats such as olive oil; favoring lean protein sources such as nuts, poultry and fish; and gaining no more than half their daily calories from carbohydrates. Read more...

Lose weight quick

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A Stone-age prescription

Posted: October 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

Some of us have a lot to learn about health and our cave-dwelling ancestors

Newspaper section: Mylife http://www.bangkokpost.com/advance-search/?papers_sec_id=12
A life with success and wealth is a desirable one. But a long life of suffering is definitely a miserable one.

While we are still young, we usually think of life as easy and with happy moments. That's why many people, particularly the young, tend to spend their lives living recklessly. For instance, many spend a lot of time smoking, drinking, not getting enough quality sleep and pushing themselves beyond their limits.

Then they wonder why they start to lose their precious youthful looks sooner than they thought they would.

Some examples of the signs include: Their faces look dry and sunken, their eyes lose their glistening sparkle and dark patches develop around them.

This phenomenon is something is commonly called "human metamorphosis".

To live a careless life is the quickest way to turn a young homosapien into an ageing one. They can even look elderly even in their teens.
Read more...

Immunice Support

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Monitoring of Kidney Health Urged for Injection Drug Users

Posted: October 11, 2010 at 10:12 am

(HealthDay News) -- Injection drug users, particularly those with HIV, need to be carefully monitored for poor kidney function and considered for medical treatments when appropriate, researchers report.

In a new study, U.S. scientists analyzed the presence of proteinuria (excess excretion of protein in the urine, which can lead to kidney failure and an increased risk of cardivascular disease) in 902 injection drug users, including 273 who were HIV-positive. Overall, about one-quarter of the injection drug users had proteinuria and the prevalence was nearly three times higher among those with HIV (45 percent) than among those who were HIV-negative (16 percent).

Along with HIV infection, other factors that were linked to a higher prevalence of proteinuria were being unemployed, older age and having diabetes, hepatitis C infection or high blood pressure, said Shruti H. Mehta, of the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, and colleagues. Read more...

Aging system

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