Yes, retirement would be different,
You would probably work for a while, retire for a while, work some more, retire some more, try something different, and keep going until you got hit by a car.
Why not try an all meat diet? Smarter people than you do: http://www.jbc.org/content/87/...
200mg of liver every day for dinner is not my idea of enjoyable eating. Anyway, have you tried it? Has it worked out for you?
Yeah, I got the just of it.
Glad to hear it.
And, about the drinking, if you were married to my wife; lemme tell yah...
Can you break this down for me sesame street style? 31 year old alcoholic idiot here...
1) Don't drink so much.
2) Not all of our genes are active. For example, if you exercise then certain genes activate (presumably ones that say 'big muscles?').
3) When we get old, our 'aging' genes activate.
4) These scientists found a way to 'deactivate' the aging genes.
I have no idea if that made more sense. I don't think this is the only problem with aging, though; here is a list of known problems.
As expected, the older cells had reduced cellular respiration, but the older cells did not show more DNA damage than those from children. This discovery led the team to propose that the reduced cellular function is tied to epigenetic regulation,
So it seems like the aging process of reduced cellular respiration comes from gene expression, that is, which genes are active, rather than their inability to perform.
Then they conceded the fight (because they could concede and still make just as much money).
I probably disagree with him on over half of his positions
I don't think there's any way to avoid that. You'll never get someone who agrees with you 100% unless you run yourself.
The things I look for are:
2) Good character
3) Won't mess up the world by starting wars
4) Won't mess up the economy with weird domestic policies (privatize social security, for example, or a $20 national minimum wage).
That being said, Bernie is an interesting cat. He is a true socialist, who believes government has the ability to manage and shape the economy without unintended consequences.
You have to balance that against the fact that there will probably be Republican control of one or both houses of congress. Any time either party gets too much control, they go crazy, including payouts for constituents, etc.
In any case, how would you see him compared to Hillary?
I can sure support him on that. Paul Volcker says the same thing. Reading through his Wikipedia entry, I don't agree with him on everything, but he seems like a clear-minded and decent guy.