Scientists believe they have found a cure for “eternal immortality” from an ancient virus.
In 2013, Anatoli Brouchkov, a Russian scientist at Moscow University, injected himself with an ancient virus about 3.5 million years old found in the Siberian permafrost.
According to Anatoli Brouchkov, injecting this virus into the body does not make him weak, on the contrary, it makes him feel healthier.
Doctor of epidemiology Viktor Chernyavsky of Moscow University further explained: “This bacterium secreted a form of biologically active substance that activates the immune system of experimental animals. Thanks to that, the mice that are too old not only become more active and healthy but also can reproduce. “If this active ingredient is injected into humans, it has great potential for our health and can even be likened to the ‘elixir of life,” he said.
The Bacillus F virus is not the only ancient virus discovered by scientists from Moscow University. Before that, another virus was also found in the permafrost layer, capable of breaking down petroleum molecules into water.