By Stanley Shostak
Explores how new organs can be engineered through cloning and reproductive know-how to provide human immortality.
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Flux moves the sameness of life from cell to cell and organism to organism, and everything else living things share with each other; discontinuity creates individuals and allows them to gamble and compete or trade off differences with each other; waste is life’s great resource, supporting everything within life’s capability. Taken together, the three parts of this theory of biological life circumscribe and prescribe mortality. This version of life also encapsulates the obstacles to both thinking about and achieving immortality.
Only then could a eukaryotic cell begin to perform all the functions of heredity attributed originally (naively) to DNA/genes. Gradually, biologists appreciated the limitations of DNA/genes and began to uncover other secrets of life, especially those controlling DNA/genes. 95 Monod studied mutant strains of the colonic bacillus, Escherichia coli (E. coli) and demonstrated that its genes’ activity consisted of producing single strands of ribonucleic acid (RNA). These RNA strands, subsequently identiﬁed as messenger RNA (mRNA), directed the synthesis of particular proteins.
What could genes be adaptive to while determining the length of a lifetime? What could possibly be advantageous about genes that caused the death of the organism at any time? Several possibilities are now tendered in the marketplace of evolutionary ideas. 108 Alternatively, genes for death might once have managed to hitchhike their way into generations by attaching themselves to other genes that actually provided substantial advantages for reproduction and without which organisms would survive and reproduce for shorter periods.