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Can We Live Forever?
This NOVA scienceNOW poses the question – Can We Live Forever? – and host Neil deGrasse Tyson tackles one of science’s major challenges in each episode. He will guide us as he explores dramatic discoveries and the frontiers of research that connect each central, provocative mystery.
This provocative episode of NOVA scienceNOW examines whether we can slow down the aging process, looks at the latest on human hibernation, and checks in with bioengineers and a computer scientist inventing ways to keep us “going forever.” Neil deGrasse Tyson also takes a lighthearted look at whether the tricks that have kept a 1966 Volvo running for 2.7 million miles can also help the human body go the extra mile.
Can My Car Live Forever – 01:55
Irv Gordon, a retired science teacher from East Patchogue, New York, has managed to keep his 1966 Volvo P1800 going for four decades and over 2.7 million miles. How has he managed it, and can this recipe for longevity help the human body go the extra mile? Neil deGrasse Tyson visits Irv and takes a spin in his one-of-a-kind car.
Replacing Body Parts – 07:01
Scientists are learning how to grow custom-made body parts so they can be ready when you–and your vital organs–start falling apart. At the University of Minnesota, Doris Taylor and her colleagues strip organs of their cells, reseed the organ “skeletons” with living cells, and watch as the organs start working right in front of their eyes!
Can We Slow Aging – 20:38
Could a gene that doubles the lifespan of tiny worms help extend human lives, too? In Hawaii, a group of exceptionally healthy elderly men–who just so happen to share a genetic link to those long-lived worms–could hold the answer.
Profile: Jason Leigh – 32:10
Your body can’t live forever, says computer scientist Jason Leigh, but your mind still can–as an avatar. Leigh’s Project Lifelike is pioneering avatar technology that will allow you to impart your wisdom, humor, and unique insight long after you are gone.
Human Hibernation – 41:38
They’ve been called medical miracles: people submerged in icy water, or buried in snow, with no breath or heartbeat. They seem dead, yet a fortunate few are revived– thanks to the cold. Now, across the country, ER doctors are intentionally chilling their patients into hypothermia; meanwhile, scientists are hoping that a cocktail of drugs inspired by hibernating animals could one day perform the same “miracles” on demand.
Cosmic Perspective & Living Forever – 50:12
Turkish subtitles will be added soon.
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Në studio: Enxhi Tufina, Irena Myzeqari, Erion Mitrovica dhe Marigona Nila. Me ide dhe skenar te Rezarta Nikes, nje emision I konceptuar ne formen e nje maratone programore ne dinamiken e se ciles mund te gjesh informacionin e perditshem.