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Think of the shoelace as a human cell We can think of telomeres as the glueat the end of shoelaces that protect against damage Once the glue disappears, you can’t put laces in the shoe holes anymore, and the shoelace is useless Similarly when the telomeres at the end of our cells are damaged cells can’t regenerate This leads us everyday closer to death With that said, mutations do occur Let’s make a reasonable assumption Suppose a human is born not with the long rod-like cells but mutated donut shaped cells Then their telomeres will never shrink That amazingly lucky person will live semi-permanently Of course he is not immortal nor a superhuman But at least he will live seemingly forever barring an unforeseen accident Professor, do you really believe those people exist in the world? Yes, I do That’s an interesting story So, let’s..let’s suppose that strange thing happened How many immortals do you think exist in the world?
I calculated with a statistician and we reached the conclusion that there have been five of these people with mutated cells throughout human history And... assuming some died from tragic accidents two or three of these immortals live to this day Hello? Yes, professor. Please speak Mademoiselle Did you find that Korean boy? Of course Super Are you really coming to Korea? I am But we must move quickly Proceed it immediately With pleasure
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