A controversial Russian scientist injected himself with an “eternal” bacterium, 3.5 million years old, found in the Siberian ice – and says that he has become stronger and never gets sick.
Anatoli Bruchkov, leader scientist at the geocriological department at the Moscow State University, says that he hasn’t had flu two years after the injection. The bacterium, called Bacillus F, survived in the eternal ice for millions of years.
Scientists have it tested on mice and human blood cells, but Bruchkov says that he decided to be the guinea pig himself.
“I started working longer and I haven’t had flu two years already,” said he for Siberian Time.
“After the successful experiments conducted on mice and fruit-flies, I thought it would be interesting to test it on inactivated culture of bacteria.”
He claims that the bacterium is present in very small quantities in the local water surfaces.
“The permafrost is melting and this is probably how the bacterium ends up in the surroundings, in the water, so the local people, the Yakuts, consume water enriched in this bacterium for a longer period and it seems like they’re living longer than other people. That’s why I thought it’s safe for me as well.”
He admits that he had no idea what the bacterium does to him.
“However, we still don’t know how exactly the bacterium works. We actually don’t even know how the aspirin works, for example, but it still works. This case is the same – we don’t understand the mechanism, but we see the effect. Maybe there were some side-effects as well, but we would need some special medical equipment in order to notice them. Then we would be able to see clearly all the effects. If we could discover the way the bacterium survives for so long, maybe we could find a means to prolong our lives”, he announced for the RT television.
The bacterium can also be the key for curing infertility – in older female mice it brought back the opportunity to breed after they have lost the ability for that and it also heals the plants.
Describing these discoveries as “scientific sensation” and “elixir of life”, the doctor of epidermiology, Victor Cherniavski says: “during its life, the bacterium releases biologically active substances which trigger and activate the immunity status of the experimental animals. If the same substance is given to people, it can significantly improve their health, which leads us to the description ‘elixir of life’”.
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