After wandering in the plasma physics of extragalactic radio sources, Mitteldorf came to the study of aging in 1996 to correct a fundamental error in the foundations of evolutionary theory. Twenty years on, the revolution in biological concept of aging that he initiated is only now coming to fruition. Along the way, he learned to keep his own body young. Mitteldorf shares a comprehensive health program at AgingAdvice.org, and writes a regular aging column for ScienceBlog.com. His political writings appear at OpEdNews.com, and his poetry is featured at PoemHunter.com. In private life, Mitteldorf teaches yoga, advocates for fair elections, plays piano and French horn. His two grown daughters were among the first girls adopted from China in the 1980s.
Cracking the Aging Code
- The New Science of Growing Old - and What It Means for Staying Young
- By: Josh Mitteldorf, Dorion Sagan
- Narrated by: Stephen McLaughlin
- Length: 12 hrs and 14 mins
In Cracking the Aging Code, Josh Mitteldorf and Dorion Sagan reveal that evolution and aging are even more complex and breathtaking than we originally thought....
Not what I expected.
- By Amazon Customer on 03-05-17
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