Russian scientists injected bacteria 3.5 million years ago for immortality. What’s the matter now?

Birth, aging, illness and death are the laws of nature. Since ancient times, people are yearning for eternal life, but no one has ever been able to break this iron law. Through many literary works, we can see that people yearn for immortality very much. Since human beings entered modern society, scientists are also trying to break through the shackles of genes, which can help human beings achieve immortality.

Once upon a time, a Russian scientific team discovered 3.5 million year old mammoth bacteria in the process of exploration. After such a long time, they still have activity. This phenomenon has aroused their curiosity. Can mammoth bacteria live forever? In order to solve the mystery of mammoth bacteria, a scientist made a bold attempt at that time. He injected 3.5 million years old bacteria into his body, hoping to achieve immortality. What’s the matter now?

Factors affecting life span

With the in-depth study of human cells by scientists, we have also understood the principle of human operation. At present, scientists believe that the telomere length of DNA actually affects human life span. If telomere can be elongated, then human life span can be extended, and even immortality can be achieved. According to the data of scientists, human cells can split more than 50 times at most, and then they will be controlled. In fact, the number of cell divisions depends on the telomere length of DNA, which is controlled by telomerase. So if we want to prolong our life span, we should start with telomerase. Human immunity is enhanced and telomere is extended. Both of these ways can prolong our life span. However, if we change the length of telomerase rashly and activate it deliberately, it will also lead to the opposite result. Many cancer patients contain a lot of telomerase.

Immortal bacteria?

In 2009, when scientists were doing archaeological work at the Mammoth Mountain site in Siberia, they discovered Bacillus F, a bacterium isolated from the mammoth brain, 3.5 million years ago. After millions of years of baptism, bacteria are still active, so scientists have a big idea. If we can solve the mystery of mammoth bacteria, can we achieve immortality? In the beginning, they injected mammoth bacteria into animals, such as mice and fruit flies. After the injection, scientists paid close attention to them and found that instead of taking their lives, mammoth bacteria improved their reproductive capacity.

Scientists began to investigate people living nearby. They found that people living in this area generally live longer than Russians. Therefore, scientists speculated that there might be mammoth bacteria in local people’s bodies. In order to solve the secret of mammoth bacteria, scientists decided to use themselves to carry out experiments. This scientist is called anatolib. He believes that this kind of bacteria will not cause harm to human body, but will prolong human life. In 2010, he injected mammoth bacteria into his body weight, which also caused heated discussion. Some people think that his behavior is very impulsive, and he rashly injected it without a strict investigation of the surrounding people. It’s too lax.

How are scientists now?

However, his behavior has attracted a lot of attention and support from many people. I saw that the scientist injected mammoth bacteria, and a German female model injected this kind of bacteria in 2017. Now it’s 10 years since scientists injected mammoth bacteria. What’s wrong with him? In the first two years of the injection, his body did not change much, and his energy seemed to be more vigorous than before. Eight years later, there were more and more news and reports about him. At that time, he was still in good spirits, which was not much different from 10 years ago.

He thinks he is in a good mental state, which may be the real role of mammoth bacteria, but mammoth bacteria is still in the primary stage of research, only through an experimental object, there is no way to draw a final conclusion. At present, scientists are still studying mammoth bacteria, and there are more problems to be solved in the future.

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