This Russian Scientist injected himself with Prehistoric Bacteria to gain eternal life. The result is shocking!
If there ever was a madcap scientist straight out of a marvel comic book then it is Anatoli Broushkov the Russian scientist whose controversial experiments are going viral over the internet.
In what seems a bizarre experiment conducted on himself, the scientist injected himself with prehistoric bacteria that was 3.5million year old derived from the Siberian permafrost. His reasons will shock you because according to him this was an elixir to immortality. Sounds weird? Well read on.
1 Prehistoric bacteria increased immunity and vitality
After the experiment Broushkov claims that the bacteria cells found in the permafrost has actually helped his body develop a heightened state of immunity to negative factors of environment bad for health. He also states that it has revitalized him to a very high extent.
The scientist has earlier conducted a similar experiment on animals where he observed the same results such as increased immunity and a renewed sense of power to be overtly physically active.
2 3.5 million year old Jurassic bacteria discovered in the Siberian permafrost
It is surprising to learn that professor Anatoli Broushkov is actually the head of the geocryology department at State University Moscow. Ever since he conducted the experiment of injecting the prehistoric bacteria into his system 2 years ago, he has never fallen ill. Broushkov himself made these claims to Russian media.
The bacteria in question was described as bacillus F. dating back to 3.5 million years and discovered in the Siberian permafrost, it is regarded as an ingredient to induce longevity in Humans. Russian scientists had successfully sequenced its DNA for experiments on animal studies but Broushkov played guinea pig where the scientist injected himself with prehistoric bacteria. He feels that his body is stronger and healthier than ever.
3 Local populations affected by the bacteria through water supply
The main reason for such results if found credible is that Bacillus F has survived since prehistoric times being 3. 5 million years old. Having survived one of the most extreme climactic regions on earth, the harsh tundra of Siberia, it could well hold the key to longevity.
Global warming affecting the permafrost has resulted in the bacteria infiltrating the surrounding environment. It has also entered the water supply of towns and villages in the area. The reason Broushkov cited towards the safety of the experiment was that since local inhabitants were already exposed to the bacteria for some time now through the air and water, it would be safe to conduct it upon himself. As per his knowledge the local Yakub population have been regularly exposed to the bacteria and was known for their longevity of life. ‘I started to work longer, I’ve never had the flu for the last two years,’ Broushkov told reporters.
4 Jurassic bacteria an extremely significant discovery for science
Broushkov’s tryst with the Jurassic bacteria may well prove significant for science. According to the scientist, if research can unlock the key to what has kept the bacteria alive for millions of years that could also hold the key to enhancing the longevity of human life?
Scientists do not argue with this point of thinking saying that the bacteria could play a significant role in fertility and longevity. Dr Viktor Chernyavsky seen in the image below is an epidemiologist from Yakutsk who was part of the study has stated that if proved correct, this could well be the holy grail of science. The bacteria could well be secreting biological active substances that activates and improves immunity in research animals.
5 The holy grail for longevity?
This Jurassic bacterium could also be an integral factor in fertility as well as longevity in humans, say the scientists. Older female mice that were injected with Bacillus F were able to reproduce after they had ceased being able to. Also, Bacillus F also can heal plants. When this scientist injected himself with the Jurassic bacteria, he may well have paved the way for a new approach to enhancing longevity of life in humans.
Claimed to be akin to discovering the Holy Grail, Dr. Viktor Chernyavsky, an epidemiologist from Yakutsk said ‘The bacteria gives out biologically active substances throughout its life, which activates the immune status of experimental animals.’ Watch the explanatory report.