Nature can in many ways be defined as a biological warfare, with the predator – prey relationship constantly evolving through time in order for one to outwit the other in order to either escape death, or to catch their next meal. If either becomes too efficient at what they do then one or both can face extinction.
Humans have however developed brains powerful enough to take control of evolution itself, the first species on Earth to be able to do so. Keep reading to find out how this relates to ageing…
This excerpt is taken from Dr. Bill Andrews Book “Curing Aging”. Click here to download a FREE excerpt from Dr. Bill Andrews book
Every species must constantly adapt. If a lion becomes faster, its prey must develop new defenses, such as camouflage or defensive weapons like horns, or armour plating like a turtles shell. Then the lion must evolve ways to overcome those defenses, lest it starve.
It’s easy to see why a lion needs an aging process. If lions were immortal, their prey would be evolving – and they would not. Over thousands of years the lions prey would become harder and harder to catch. Eventually it would become impossible and the lion would starve. Paradoxically the genes for long-lived individuals would guarantee a short lived species. And the genes for immortality would die off with that species.
You might be thinking, why does the lions prey need an aging process. Presumably a Gazelle would eventually be killed by a predator meaning it would be replaced by off-spring. Obviously the Gazelle isn’t mortal out of some genetic sympathy for the lion!
The problem is that without an aging process its more likely the Gazelle would replace its own off-spring, rather than it’s off-spring replacing it. An immortal Gazelle would most likely out-compete its off-spring from being able to survive because it is more experienced.
In order for a younger Gazelle to survive, nature must make the mature one step aside. And in reality nature does just that by making the more mature Gazelle weaker, frailer, more susceptible to disease. In other words, it ages!
Following this line of thought it becomes clear that aging isn’t an accident, it’s an inevitability programmed in to our bodies as a survival advantage against other species that would compete with us.
BUT, humanity no longer needs this tool. We are not locked in a daily struggle for survival against mother nature. We grow, we raise, breed and even genetically engineer our own food. Our crops are not going to become inedible because of a failure to continue to evolve the ability to digest them. Our live stock are not going to spontaneously learn how to defend themselves.
Humans are the first species on Earth that have developed brains powerful enough to take control of our environments – which means we are winning a war against evolution. We have in fact taken control of evolution. We domestic plants and animals to be favourable to us, we create tools that serve as “workarounds” for physical shortcomings, from eyeglasses to footware to vaccines.
Aging is like a biological weapon, but now its safe to disarm it in order to prevent needless and debilitating deaths.
If you would like to know more about the mechanism of aging ‘Telomere shortening’, click here to check out this video explanation from Dr. Bill Andrews PhD himself.
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