Reasons Factors Cell Generation Replacement Long Life Book Genesis Old Testament Bible People Time Lives Delayed Aging Senescence Telomeres Length Chromosomes DNA Destruction Science Ages Death Adam Methuselah Noah Hebrew Patriarchs TorahMarch 31st, 2012
Scientists have realized for over twenty years that people with long healthy telomeres on their cells’ chromosomes will live longer, their bodies able to replace dead cells because of those regenerative enablers like shoelace caps on the ends of chromosomes which prevent DNA from unraveling such that cells cannot be replaced, so organs fail. This is the key to understanding the greatly delayed senescence of those who lived before Noah’s Flood, and after the flood in declining effectiveness through ten generations or so down through Abraham.
So with the genetic bottleneck at Noah’s Flood, only eight people having survived it, and probably the Vela supernova having created much more radiation into the environment, along with much more radiation from the earth too at that tme of global cataclysm, along with rampant volcanism of chemicals into the atmosphere, the longevity of the generations was affected regressively, shorter telomeres in those small populations which spread out across the world in the centuries after the Flood. Read much more about the post Flood world at http://genesisveracityfoundation.com.