A Scientist Injected Himself With A Strange 3.5 Million-Year-Old Bacteria Hoping To “Extend His Life”

Anatoli Brouchkov, a Russian scientist, had long believed in the existence of the elixir of eternal life, but he was never given the chance to prove it.

He just discovered a microbe from Siberian permafrost that he thought was proof enough, but testing took too long, so he decided to take a chance and inject himself with the bacteria, hoping that this would be enough for the rest of the world. He was certain that it was possible because the serum enhanced all of the animals who were injected with it.

According to a Russian media article, Anatoli Broushkov has not fallen sick after injecting himself with the bacterium for the past two years, thus establishing that it does have favorable results after injection.

Scientists termed the bacteria “Bacillus F,” and it was estimated to be a 3.5 million-year-old microbe that extended the life span of most individuals.

The bacterium looked to have vanished from the face of the earth until a remnant was located under permafrost in Siberia. Some feel that the microbe has died and that the changes seen on the scientist’s body are just the consequence of the placebo effect, but he is adamant that it is working. What are your thoughts?


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