The idea of staying young forever is the driving force behind many cosmetic companies. They want to keep you looking young and radiant. This ensures that you continue to buy their products.
A fountain of youth is often in many games. This keeps the players young and healthy. But what if there was a pill that did exactly that?
A pill that kept you young.
Benjamin Wallace, author of An MIT Scientist Claims That This Pill Is the Fountain of Youth, might just have the answer.
Imagine being a doctor who has finally found a way to keep people young. This science can either make you rich or make you homeless. There is a lot of risk that is involved with the fountain of youth.
Wallace tells the reader that the pills will just delay the inevitable; heart disease, Alzheimer’s, diabetes, etc.
Why is the world so obsessed with finding a cure for aging?
It is because people do not want to get old and die. Most want to live as long as they possibly can, thus the search for a cure.
I believe that the research, time, effort, and money should be put towards research for cancer or something that is worth while. Everyone will eventually die. That is a fact. You cannot avoid death.
“The record officially belongs to Jeanne Calment, who as a child sold colored pencils to Vincent van Gogh and died in 1997 at the age of 122” (Wallace).
Would it be possible for everyone to live this long if the pill worked?
It is hard to be approved by the FDA, which is needed, due to the test subjects. The subjects are expensive and must be human. These humans are specific and must be as healthy as can possibly be. This is not easy to find.
The article is interesting, it brings up major points when thinking about the subject of a youthful forever.