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Daniel Duke

In research
done recently at Harvard University ...

"The scientists discovered that seeded fruits
have the longevity genes, while the seedless
varieties possess fast-aging genes."

It is as if the plant decides that its nutritional content has been so
altered that the plant commits suicide by not producing seeds.


Subsequently, when one consumes seedless fruits, one consume
fast-aging genes.

I prefer to consume longevity genes. My water melons must have seeds!!!

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