Footprints in the Windsm # 2286–Pursuing short-gevity

Footprints in the Windsm # 2286

The cure for dementia may lie hidden in our centuries-long quest to live for centuries: our reaching after longevity. We are told one of the surest risk factors for dementia is advancing age. Dementia reveals to us how intricate our brains are, simply by the infinite ways we lose our ways. This one is anxious, that one is bland, another grows angry, still another cannot make sense of what she sees. The human brain, at least in its operational capacities, seems to have a Mean Time Before Failure. Perhaps we should pursue short-gevity.

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