When You Are Old  "When you are old and gray and full of sleep/And nodding by the fire..."  (12 June 2002)
William Butler Yeats
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (23), aa11.
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Sailing to Byzantium  "That is no country for old men..."  (5 June 2002)
William Butler Yeats
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (22), aa10.
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Ulysses  "We are not now that strength which in old days Moved earth and heaven..."  (29 May 2002)
Alfred Lord Tennyson
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (21), aa9.
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To His Coy Mistress  "Had we but world enough, and time,/This coyness, Lady, were no crime."  (22 May 2002)
Andrew Marvell
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (20), aa8.
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SAGE KE Cartoon from "Deciphering the Gene Expression Profile of Long-Lived Snell Mice"  A balanced approach helps to determine whether gene expression changes are authentic or artifactual.  (15 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (19), aa7.
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SAGE KE Cartoon from "Get Some Glasses, Ump!"  The inevitable result of judging what you don't understand.  (15 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (19), aa6.
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SAGE KE Cartoon from "Eschew Beaucoup Q"  A diet free of coenzyme Q lengthens worm life-span.  (15 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (19), aa5.
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SAGE KE Cartoon from "Dieting Dwarves Live It Up"  Calorie restriction and the Prop-1 mutation collaborate to confer longer life than either one does alone.  (15 May 2002)
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (19), aa4.
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I Ask For Silence  "It's a question of having lived so much that I want to live that much more."  (8 May 2002)
Pablo Neruda
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (18), aa3.
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Angel From Montgomery  An elderly woman looks back on her life and its unfulfilled promise.  (30 January 2002)
John Prine
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (4), aa2.
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Hello In There  You know that old trees just grow stronger; and old rivers get wilder every day; old people just get lonesome...  (30 January 2002)
John Prine
Sci. SAGE KE 2002 (4), aa1.
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Chang E, the Moon Goddess  Stealing the elixir of immortality.  (31 October 2001)
Stephen Little
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (5), aa4.
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A Double Dactyl  Cloning the old-fashioned way.  (17 October 2001)
Richard Miller
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (3), aa3.
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Reverse Living  Life is tough...and what do you get at the end of it?  (3 October 2001)
Unknown
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (1), aa2.
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From "As You Like It" (Act 2, Scene 7)  All the world's a stage.  (3 October 2001)
William Shakespeare
Sci. SAGE KE 2001 (1), aa1.
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