A Russian Scientist Injects Himself With 3,5-mn-yr-old ‘Immortality’ Bacteria To ‘Extend Life’

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Maybe most of us think about organ donation after death, but this scientist takes the whole risk when he is still alive. The video shows how he has inserted a 3.5 million-year-old external bacteria into his system, so enjoy watching!

Anatoly Brouchkov says that there is something about its DNA and genes that gives this cell extreme longevity and protects it from damage.

3,5-mn-yr-old ‘immortality’ bacteria

Eternal youth… mankind’s impossible dream through the ages… A Russian scientist thinks that – just maybe – the secret of eternal life may have actually been found. Deep in the permafrost of Siberia, a living bacteria was discovered that is old – very, very old.

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