In fact, many readers of our article about rapamycin claimed they would just say no to such a drug. Rapamycin was tested during a study of dogs at the University of Washington to see if it could slow aging without too many harsh side effects.Meanwhile, BuzzFeed trashes a social-justice-warrior big-shot Yale ethics professor. Supposedly he uses his fame and influence to manipulate much younger women in his field into sexual relationships. I don't know about that, but why was anyone listening to his foolish leftist ideas about global justice anyway?
Lisa Wesel of Maine spoke for many who argued that trying to extend life was like playing God.
“This is disturbing on so many levels,” she said. ...
Perhaps the most passionate voices, though, came from readers completely unconcerned about human life span.
“Not sure I want to live forever, but my dog? YES!” exclaimed Brian from Montana.
“I don’t want to live longer, but if dogs could live longer that would be wonderful,” a reader named Mary mused. “Beloved dogs are too soon gone from our lives.”
“The heck with human research — I just want my dogs to live longer,” Durt from Los Angeles said.
Update: Professor Pogge responds. He is innocent until proven guilty, and I did not bother to read the details. I am just amused to see the SJWs backstab one of their own.