Father Uses Son’s Blood To Reverse Aging
eccentric: a person who is unconventional and slightly strange in their behavior or thinking
Eccentric millionaire Bryan Johnson spends $2 million every year trying to reverse aging. He pays for a team of doctors and experimental treatments that have only been tested on animals. His latest experiment sounds like the plot of a bad movie: Millionaire villain uses the blood of children to find the fountain of youth. But he’s not a vampire. He’s getting blood transfusions from his 17-year-old son, who appears happy to help.
This idea of using blood transfusions to become younger is not new, but it has only been tested on mice. There is no proof it works on humans. Johnson and his doctors hope to show that it can slow down aging.
1. The eccentric inventor always brainstormed her inventions while hanging upside down.
2. She’s rather eccentric, preferring to only talk to people on Tuesdays.
3. With a habit of only walking backwards, the old professor was known as the town’s eccentric.