We recently explained that aging and death are caused by the fact that the ends of our cells, called telomeres, shorten every time the cell divides. But there is one kind of cell that has the secret of eternal life: cancer cells. If we could learn how they live forever, unless killed by chemotherapy or radiation, we might be able to figure out how we can live forever too.

Shaoni Bhattacharya writes in New Scientist that cancer cells stay young by adding tiny caps to their telomeres whenever they divide, so they don’t get shorter the way the ends of regular cells do. Researcher Madalena Tarsounas says, “Cancer has an amazing ability to shake off the shackles of aging and death, which is one of the reasons why it can be so hard to treat.”
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It has been reported that more Gulf War Vets got Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), which gradually leads to complete paralysis, than the general public. Those soldiers blamed it on bioterrorism from Saddam, while current soldiers in Iraq fear they may get it from the vaccinations they’re forced to take, which are often not yet approved for the general public. Now it’s been discovered that not just Gulf War Vets, but ALL Vets are more likely to get the disease.
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Donna writes in our series of new Communion Letters: “This is not a tale of missing time, but of gained time, courtesy of the aliens.” She also had a near death experience BEFORE an operation where she almost died.

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JH Brennan says that there is evidence that time travelers from the future are already coming back into the past. Then, in a stunning synchronicity, Linda Howe interviews an engineer who may have seen a time machine in a cave in Czechoslovakia! This is a not-to-be missed show!

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