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Science & Technology of Longevity Part 1 - Vincent Giuliano (June 2016)

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  • Published on:  Sunday, July 17, 2016
  • “The Science And Technology Of Longevity” presented by Vincent Giuliano PhD on June 26, 2016.This talk is in two parts:1. An overview of the science related to aging: where we are and where we are not, and 2. Science-based actions and interventions for extending health span and lifespans, with focus on the personal and practical. View Part Two at: I: The science· the nature of human biology – the most complex system of systems known in the universe.· Societal and personal stakes related to aging – why it is so important to crack open a deep understanding of it· Multiple interacting biological feedback loops – the challenges they pose· Why no single blockbuster anti-aging breakthrough is likely· Why billions are repeatedly spent on clinical trials for drugs that won’t work· The epigenetic drift to longer lives· Leading theories and causes of aging – all mostly right, all incomplete· Tribes of scientists who talk about aging – a tower of babel· Limits to the scientific culture of reductionism· Biomes and circadian regulation· Metabolic pathways – linking them with others· Things that can go wrong with aging: protein misfolding, intra-cellular railway breakdowns, NAD deficiency, mitochondrial breakdowns, etc.· DNA wierdness – non-coding RNAs, transposable elements, aneuploidy, etc· Towards a unified theory of biology and agingLearn more about Vincent Giuliano by visiting his website at: the Silicon Valley Health Institute (aka Smart Life Forum) athttp://www.svhi.comSilicon Valley Health Institute Smart Life Forum Palo Alto
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  • Alex A

     2 years ago

    Enjoyed it. Thank you for sharing.

  • Carroll Hoagland

     2 years ago

    Thanks Dr. Giuliano ... I have my own treatise called the Centenarian Diet ... which relies on Dr. Ames' "Triage Theory". Of course, Dr.'s Noakes, Fettke, Sinclair, Westman ... etc. Essentially we influence these pathways by diet as there are hundreds of nutrient sensing pathways which allocates macro and micro nutritnes to metabolic functions ... short term survival takes presidence over long term survival ... implies that bad diet = bad blood = shorter life.70 Going On 100 ... the Cente...

  • Dave Oatway

     2 years ago

    An incredible intellect! And outstanding speaker.Hopefully a model can be created from the multiple avenues of research that can integrate the findings, and allow such intellects as Dr Giuliano's to synthesize the interactions in meaningful ways. Something like a next generation of IBM's Watson would be needed, and a grand vision to make sense of the results. What better application - instead of Chess and Go.Thank you for your work! I look forward to at least 17 years more of work.

  • Izhar Haroon

     2 years ago

    Great info...

  • Anthropos

     2 years ago


  • Jim Green

     1 years ago

    Bone loss from osteoporosis can produce vascular calcification and aortic stenosis preventable with vitamin K2, magnesium, milk, and dried plumbs. Weight-bearing exercise also helps aging bones. Vitamin A, retinol, is tissue and bone regenerative and might also be taken with good effect. Astragalus at 33 grams per day helps lengthen telomeres, and creates activated natural killer cells eliminating pro-inflammatory senescent cells, eliminating many degenerative factors. Don't forget to review publicly r...

  • Gazmend Ceno

     8 months ago

    Jim Green thanks for what I New already: TRUMP 2020!!

  • Cherry Liang

     2 years ago

    Genesis 6:3 NIVThen the LORD said, “My Spirit will not contend with humans forever, for they are mortal; their days will be a hundred and twenty years.” funny right?

  • JC JC

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  • Ea Jordan

     2 months ago

    And the buddha said " how can you find anything if you have not found yourself " so what if I where to tell you time travel is real... but only data can transcend it . What is the you , you are trying to preserve? And if it's your morphological flesh great . Your life has meaning. Fatalism is fatal, and while it is your choice, it's not your choice to steal free will from others via state religion, or suicidal religious wars . If your belief is that your identity is a soul beyond your min...

  • Leo Stack

     3 months ago

    I think that you're doing great for your age and you should be commended

  • Ben Nguyen

     5 months ago

    Regarding the 17m mark.. I'm not sure Aubrey says it's random damage, just like the car analogy, it's accumulated damage that's a result of normal metabolism. Has Vince spoken to Aubrey? If so, what was his response that there is a *programmed* lifespan? Where does the programming take place?

  • Ea Jordan

     2 months ago

    I believe in the electron... it's my tinkerbell. Electrons for imaging, electrons for cancer treatment and prevention, and electrons to reduce damage . Grounding. I think if we can do that , people will get smarter and the rest of the repair stuff will simply fall into place. And it is a cultural problem, death . As a society our objective should be life , yes everlasting life , in an infinite universe, call it kingdom come if you want ... but it's time for a constructive direction. In closing ...