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So as I've mentioned before. If the cell divide with mitosis, it would produce an identical cell at the same age. Just like I am age 30, so my cell would go through mitosis and produce an identical cell of age 30. Now here is my question about aging, when a cell goes through meiosis it produces cells with chromosomes that are halved known as gametes(sperm and egg). When sperm and egg combines, it produces a zygote which is of age zero (something that will turn into a baby). Now how does a human of age 30 produces sperm of age zero with meiosis? Some suggests that telomere is the key to aging, but when sperm is produced, is the telomere completely restored? I'm pretty sure normally there wouldn't be any defects to the babies, and humans doesn't give birth to a baby with shorter telomere, that means to reverse aging or to set the DNA back to its zero state is done in meiosis and all we have to do is to open a sperm and check its DNA to find out. If the sperm's DNA has a longer telomere, then we know it is restored in the meiosis process. If it is not, then something else might be at work.

Then there is the DNA damage theory, the DNA damage theory says that your DNA gets damaged as you grow older, but I think the zygote or babies can't possibly grow up with damaged DNA from the sperm, that means the DNA must also be repaired in the meiosis process. If the DNA is not repaired, then we know that DNA damage does not contribute to aging, all that matters is the telomere, or something else. I would like to know what you think
Posted 8/10/16
Incest is the only way to purify our DNA.

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There aren't many anime where you tweak with DNA heh
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Fuck sperms.
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