Controversial mad scientist Anatoly Bruchkov introduced himself 3.5 million-year-old bacteria, which are said to be the key to eternal life. Brushkov found revolutionary cells in the Siberian permafrost and said that since he introduced himself into bacteria, he feels stronger and healthier than ever.
Cells found in Siberian permafrost have an incredible level of viability and high resistance to environmental factors. Tests on animals have shown that these cells significantly increase physical activity and strengthen the immune system.
It is estimated that 3.5 million Summer Bacillus F is a key component in improving people’s longevity. Researchers from Russia managed to unblock the DNA of bacteria and test it on mice and human cells. Braushkov, however, decided to test it for himself, the results? A healthy and strong body resists time better than ever.
What makes these bacteria so special? Well Bacillus F, as it was called by scientists, managed to survive for millions of years in Siberia, one of the most extreme places on Earth.
After successful experiments on mice and fruit flies, I thought that it would be interesting to try inactivated bacterial culture.
The permafrost thaws, and I think that these bacteria get into the environment, into the water, so the local population, the Yakut people, in fact, for a long time gets these cells with water and even seem to live longer than some others Peoples. Therefore for me there was no danger.
At first it was difficult to understand what the bacteria did inside the body, said Brushkov.
But we do not yet know how this works. In fact, we do not know exactly how aspirin works, but it’s true.
The same is true here: we can not understand the mechanism, but we see the influence.
There may have been some side effects, but for their detection there must be special medical equipment.
Of course, such experiments should be conducted in the clinic, with special equipment and statistics.
Then we could clearly say about all the effects.
If we can find out how the bacteria stay alive, we probably can find a tool to expand our lives, “he told RT in an interview.
3.5 million summer bacteria can be not only the key to human longevity, but also a key factor contributing to fertility, scientists believe. After administration to mice, Bacillus F allowed adult female mice to multiply after they ceased to be able to do so. Bacteria have the ability to heal plants as well.
Dr. Viktor Chernyavsky, an epidemiologist from Yakutsk, described the discovery as a scientific sensation and as an elixir of life, stating that bacteria release biologically active substances throughout their life, which activates the immune status of experimental animals.
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