Sixty, Forty, Hundreds discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu

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The chain black car is that machines are set up to tolerate a certain amount of damage without any really appreciable decline in function. So this is why the health problems of light live our lives and we do not see them at all until is to middle a they're in a certain threshold below which we are fine even up. Twenty twenty five year old has stom- quite a bit actually of damaging their body. But you wouldn't know it so this means that if we take someone who let's say sixty or seventy and they got plenty of damaging their body and they getting sick or thereabouts start declining in how we even only half of the damage got. They haven't nobody's then they will be back to the same amount of danny de they were when they will let say forty. And that is it's fine. They will be restored to absolute function both mental and physical of what we need to do but so imposing which develop therapies that repair that and suppose we become fairly good at say so that we kinda indeed repair half of the damage. Let's partition damage into two categories. To bucket we call them easy damage. Difficult damage the easy dominated by definition the stuff that we can repair with the first generation damage repair therapies that pats not very far off now and the difficult one then we can restore somebody from the edge of. Let's say seventy to the forty biologically of course. Now what's going to happen up to that what's going to happen. Is that going to of course carry on being alive and damaging themselves more and eventually they're going to get back to the The magic damage in their bodies that they had before they would treat now. Here's the tricky part. Even if we continue to give them the damage repair therapy every year. Every day. they're still going to get back to the amount of damage that they had before they were with less crete because the discipline damage on its own. It's going to add up to that amount. After a certain amount of time. Maybe at when they reach the age of one hundred tan even gather the negligible amount of damage. Because we're constantly getting rid of. It is the critical thing guy by that time when they reach one hundred thirty years after i created and we the scientists will have been busy during that time we will have been abra away improving the therapy and that means that when someone aren't they won't be guessing version. One point of this damage repair. They will be getting therapies that not only repaired the damage but they also therapath some still not all but some of the difficult damning which means that the area will be able to be rejuvenated so they have the damage of a forty year old again hero even though the inherent difficulty of doing so is greater than it was when they were originally sixty. Or seventy. so you've got the idea and now it's In order to keep the level of damage in this person's body down to the level that would naturally existed in a thirty or forty. Four we need to do is progressively improved how comprehensive. The damage will pass therapy arsenal. That we have people are getting the steadily art therapy to any point. They can stay one step ahead of the problem. I've talked and we get closer and closer to being able to repair all the damage and other words the damaged but still not repairable gets less and less it takes longer and longer to become problematic and therefore way can even slow down in the ratio which we continue to improve therapy. This is why. I believe that once. We got even the first generation therapies that give with only twenty or thirty years of additional healthy live with we will never fall below the threshold of minimum rate of improvement life. Go lunge guy left so yeah sorry. That was a long answer. But i felt i need to go into every step of it is again thirty to people who may not have had it before. Now i love it. I think that's really helpful. And this is what makes your book so interesting and You sort of a leading personality so useful is you really give people an understanding of what's happening and so i actually want to go into these types of damage and the intrinsic nature that to me is one of the key insights that i got from. You is look yes. You can slow things down and you should. I've heard you talk about that before. Absolutely eat better down smoke exercise but recognize that you know. We've we've been running. Whatever two hundred thousand year experiment and no one ever has managed to live forever doing just that so we know that there's going to have to be more and the way that you look at how that intrinsic damage is done. I found incredibly interesting. So if you can like walk us through just like quickly. What the seven types are. And then we'll sort of dip into some key moments in each of them all right damage about so looking about damage repair. That makes it so attractive as a therapeutic modality therapy the concept is that all we need to do is to identify what the damage is to characterize the nature of the damage the differences in molecular and cellular competition between older people younger people and then figure out ways to reverse that to turn to restore that the young young stage. Now let me first. Federal clarify one thing. That people do often get wrong. I am not saying that. Only seven types of damage. There are hundreds and hundreds of talk down it what i'm saying. Vote hundreds and hundreds of times can be classified into seven categories and this classification if a useful thing to do because it corresponds to therapeutic modality so for example one of the categories loss of cell to what it me means so dying and not being automatically replaced by the division and differentiation of other cell. Simple idea right. And of course. This happened in various different tissue. O'brien in harley and in order to fix this you would need to do different therapies. But wh- therapies. Come under one heading. They're all stem cell therapies of one sort or another and stem cell therapies or have a lot in common of course. There are differences of data. Sure but that's really important because it means that you've got one or two stem cell therapy working for one or two issues. Then you've learned a lot about how gets down south african general to work. They're getting the next one to the one that is going to be far easier and faster than last one was. This is the general principle that underlies the holiday pro league. I end up with a lotta therapies. That will be applying to the people at the same time but the way we develop those therapy will not be one therapy.

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