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Hey, you never know, CR-mobile may also come equipped with cryo-seat setting for the Deans of the world. Maybe even delicious-smelling car fragrance to kick up the ghrelin in-transit.

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1) I surmise that whole vibration would not work well in a car seat for any parts of the body below the waist, and for the spine, due to the lack of load bearing.

2) On smelling to stimulate Ghrelin, I always subscribed to that, too, until this: https://tinyurl.com/hu56bfr4 ~!

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Hi Kenton! Great to hear from you. Though I was completely joking of course -  for your interest:

1) Agree though in principal just about anything can be biohacked, especially if the car of the future mostly or exclusively will be self-driving with no distraction safety concern:  Eg, strap on bioengineered suit simulating load in a micro-chamber. The next great CR patent- but not before mega-muffins go industrial scale. 

2) Aware of the C Elegans data, mammals if affected at all,  may go the other way: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5536001/

Best CR strategy: Eat real food, not too much (BMI/kcal), mostly plants/nutrition & exercise +/- sleep, stress, etc. Beyond those, the rest (if they help it all) is having a little orthorexic fun frosting on the cake...

Of course you knew all that Kenton, you've been in the CR gig long before it got hip!  

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