I believe I have only today and one more day of rest from my Trek on my Schwinn 170.
According to my calculations I have just 12 pedaling days remaining until I cross the magic number of miles from my goal of cycling a grand total of 1,164 days.
What am I going to do on the 1,165th day? Yes LD, I would even consider continuing on to Mars…
I am in some what a minor quandary this morning after a discussion last night with a Doctor of whom I was helping with a genealogy search issue.
Metformin is the drug used to combat diabetes which I have stopped taking partly due to my Trek and resulting diet controls in conjunction with my own Doctors.
Oh yeah " Last year, Medical News Today reported on a study by researchers from the National Institutes of Aging (NIA), which found that mice who received metformin had a 5.83% increase in lifespan, compared with control mice."
Calculating this out and if I have a life expectancy of 70 years this could mean that I would increase my life by another 4.08 years. Is there a difference between 70 and 74 years?
Further the above article I read states about the roundworms used in the study
"Although these findings in roundworms are promising as an effective anti-aging strategy, Haes notes that further research is needed:
"While we should be careful not to over-extrapolate our findings to humans, the study is promising as a foundation for future research.""
Do I have a quandary or what?
Just wondering whether this is dichotomous? Or just politics?
Mar. 22, 2016 - (Miami New Times) - "Donald Trump's Charity Admits Donating to Pam Bondi's Campaign Was a Mistake" , by Kyle Munzenrieder
Jun. 2, 2016 - (The Hill) - "Trump donated to attorneys general who dropped Trump U. inquiries: report", by Harper Neidig
A list to consider - (The New York Times) - Jasmine C. Lee and Kevin Quealy, May 27, 2016 - " The 224 People, Place and Things Donald Trump has Insulted on Twitter: A Complete List"
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